prist

  • 1 prišt — prȋšt m <G príšta, N mn príštevi> DEFINICIJA gnojna upala tkiva na površini kože SINTAGMA crni prišt pat. bolest životinja i rjeđe ljudi (Antrax); bedrenica, prostrijel; zlić ETIMOLOGIJA prasl. *prysk (rus. pryšč, polj. pryszcz) ≃ *pryskati …

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  • 2 prîšt — m 〈G príšta, N mn príštevi〉 gnojna upala tkiva na površini kože ∆ {{001f}}crni ∼ pat., {{c=1}}v. {{ref}}bedrenica{{/ref}} …

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  • 3 prist — /prist/ L. Fr. Ready. In the old forms of oral pleading, this term expressed a tender or joinder of issue …

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  • 4 prist — prist, e obs. pa. pple. of prize v …

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  • 5 PRIST — paper radioimmunosorbent test …

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  • 6 PRIST — Pristis …

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  • 7 prist — i, io, o (G). Sawed …

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  • 8 PRIST — • paper radioimmunosorbent test …

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  • 9 uncore prist — /ankor prist/ L. Fr. Still ready. A species of plea or replication by which the party alleges that he is still ready to pay or perform all that is justly demanded of him. In conjunction with the phrase tout temps prist, it signifies that he has… …

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  • 10 uncore prist — He is still ready. The expression was used in the formal pleading of a tender, wherein the pleader alleged that he has always been ready (tout temps prist), and still is ready (uncore prist), to pay. See 3 Bl Comm 303 …

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  • 11 uncore prist — ˈənˌkō(ə)rˈprist noun Etymology: Anglo French, still ready : an old plea at law that payment of a debt was and still is tendered …

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  • 12 toujours et uncore prist — /tuwzhur ey onkor priy/ L. Fr. Always and still ready. This is the name of a plea of tender …

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  • 13 tout temps prist — /tuw ton priy/ L. Fr. Always ready. The emphatic words of the old plea of tender; the defendant alleging that he has always been ready, and still is ready, to discharge the debt …

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  • 14 unques prist — Always ready …

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  • 15 priest — /prist / (say preest) noun 1. someone whose office it is to perform religious rites, and especially to make sacrificial offerings. 2. (in Christian use) a. a person ordained to the sacerdotal or pastoral office; a member of the clergy; a minister …

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  • 16 Priest — /prist/ (say preest) noun Margaret Kennedy, born 1922 in Scotland, Australian sculptor …

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  • 17 priest-hole — /ˈprist hoʊl/ (say preest hohl) noun a hiding place for a priest in a house, as when Roman Catholic priests were proscribed in England …

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  • 18 priest-ridden — /ˈprist rɪdn/ (say preest ridn) adjective managed or governed by priests; dominated by priestly influence …

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  • 19 priestess — /ˈpristɛs/ (say preestes) noun a woman who officiates in sacred rites …

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  • 20 priced — |prīst adjective Etymology: from past participle of price (II) : having a price set often used in combination high priced goods a modestly priced line …

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