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Legal Jargon

January 2, 2014

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  1. Word: "Sine die"

    Origin: French

    Meaning: Without assigning a day for a further meeting or hearing

    Example: The meeting was adjourned sine die.

  2. Word: "Laissez faire"

    Origin: French

    Meaning: A policy of non-interference

    Example: "I think the government should hold up laissez fair in regards to bailout packages."

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