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  • 1 Quo warranto — Quo war*ran to (kw[=o] w[o^]r*r[a^]n t[ o]). [So called from the Law L. words quo warranto (by what authority), in the original Latin form of the writ. See {Which}, and {Warrant}.] (Law) A writ brought before a proper tribunal, to inquire by what …

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  • 2 Status in quo — Sta tus in quo (st[=a] t[u^]s [i^]n kw[=o] ), Status quo Sta tus quo (st[=a] t[u^]s kw[=o] ).[L., state in which.] The state in which anything is already. The phrase is also used retrospectively, as when, on a treaty of peace, matters return to… …

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  • 3 Status quo — Status in quo Sta tus in quo (st[=a] t[u^]s [i^]n kw[=o] ), Status quo Sta tus quo (st[=a] t[u^]s kw[=o] ).[L., state in which.] The state in which anything is already. The phrase is also used retrospectively, as when, on a treaty of peace,… …

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  • 4 quid pro quo — noun Etymology: New Latin, something for something Date: 1582 something given or received for something else; also a deal arranging a quid pro quo …

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  • 5 quo warranto — noun Etymology: Middle English quo waranto, from Medieval Latin quo warranto by what warrant; from the wording of the writ Date: 15th century 1. a. an English writ formerly requiring a person to show by what authority he exercises a public office …

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  • 6 status quo — noun Etymology: Latin, state in which Date: 1807 the existing state of affairs < seeks to preserve the status quo > …

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  • 7 STATU QUO — (IN) Mots pris du latin, qui signifient, Dans l état où sont actuellement les choses, et qu on emploie surtout en Diplomatie, et dans le langage familier. Laissons les choses in statu quo.   Les deux mots Statu quo se disent aussi substantivement …

    Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 7eme edition (1835)

  • 8 STATU QUO — n. m. Mots tirés de l’expression latine in statu quo ante, Dans l’état où les choses étaient auparavant. état actuel des choses. Laisser les choses dans le statu quo. Revenir au statu quo ante, Rétablir les choses dans l’état où elles étaient… …

    Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 8eme edition (1935)

  • 9 Quo vadis — is a Latin phrase meaning Where are you going? , referring to the time in Christian tradition when Saint Peter met Jesus on his way to be crucified. The phrase may refer to:* Quo vadis as used in the Biblical Gospel of John. * Quo vadis in the… …

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  • 10 Church of Domine Quo Vadis — Church of St Mary in Palmis Chiesa di Santa Maria delle Piante (Italian) Sanctae Mariae in Palmis (Latin) Basic infor …

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  • 11 Quo Vadis (1951 film) — Infobox Film | name =Quo Vadis caption =Original film poster director = Mervyn LeRoy producer = Sam Zimbalist writer = Henryk Sienkiewicz (novel) S. N. Behrman Sonya Levien John Lee Mahin starring =Robert Taylor Deborah Kerr Peter Ustinov Leo… …

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  • 12 Quo warranto — (Medieval Latin for by what warrant? ) is one of the prerogative writs, that requires the person to whom it is directed to show what authority he has for exercising some right or power (or franchise ) he claims to hold.HistoryQuo Warranto had its …

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  • 13 Quid pro quo — (Latin for something for something [Merriam Webster, the American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language (Fourth Edition), and the New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy (Third Edition) [http://www.bartleby.com/59/] all so define the Latin… …

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  • 14 Status Quo — Infobox musical artist Name = Status Quo Img capt = Img size = 250 Landscape = yes Background = group or band Origin = England Alias = The Quo Quo The Status Quo Traffic Jam The Spectres The Scorpions The Specters Years active = 1962–present… …

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  • 15 Status quo — is a Latin term meaning the present existing state of affairs, or the state in which . To maintain the status quo is to keep the things the way they currently are. The related phrase status quo ante , means the state of things as it was before.… …

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  • 16 Quo Vadis (novel) — infobox Book | name = Quo Vadis: A Narrative of the Time of Nero title orig = translator = Jeremiah Curtin W. S. Kuniczak image caption = First American edition title page author = Henryk Sienkiewicz illustrator = cover artist = country = Poland… …

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  • 17 Status quo ante — Status quo ante, Latin for, the way things were before, incorporating the term status quo, may refer to:* In law, the objective of a temporary restraining order or a rescission in which the situation is restored to the state in which previously… …

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  • 18 Status quo ante bellum — The term status quo ante bellum comes from Latin meaning literally, as things were before the war . The term was originally used in treaties to refer to the withdrawal of enemy troops and the restoration of prewar leadership. When used as such,… …

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  • 19 Status quo bias — The status quo bias is a cognitive bias for the status quo; in other words, people tend not to change an established behaviour unless the incentive to change is compelling. The finding has been observed in many fields, including political science …

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  • 20 Stat Quo — Infobox musical artist Name = Stat Quo Img size = Img capt = Background = solo singer Birth name = Stanley Benton Alias = Stat Quo Origin = Atlanta, Georgia, U.S. Genre = Hip hop Gangsta rap Associated Acts = Eminem, Obie Trice, D12, Dr. Dre… …

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