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- n. A legal declaration
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A form of action by which some right or interest is sought to be judicially declared.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Scots law, a declaratory action; a form of action in the Court of Session, the object of which is to have a fact declared judicially, leaving the legal consequences of it to follow as a matter of course: as, a declarator of marriage, etc.
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I have known it conjoined with a declarator of marriage. —
Disposuit armatos qui ipsum interficerent: hi protenus mandatum exequentes, &c. Ille et rex declarator, et Stratonicem quae fratri nupserat, uxorem ducit: sed postquam audivit fratrem vivere, &c.
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High Court for a declarator spelling out what she is owed.
Similarly, the Commission says the declarator asked for in respect of the Archbishop does not comply with the Supreme Court
Secondly, given that there is some dispute over the constitutionality of some of the options made in the Base document, the legislature should immediately make a request of the Constitutional Court that they assist us through making a declarator on these issues.
I have known it conjoined with a declarator of marriage.
You cannot have multiple data-types (types that can be deduced to different types): error C3538: in a declarator-list 'auto' must always deduce to the same type
Justification The '&' and '*' in a typedef declaration only apply to the declarator they are adjacent to.
In general, you can apply standard rules to find the declarator: each * and & at the beginning creates the respective declarator indirection node; a  or () at the end creates the array and function nodes, respectively; surrounding with paranthesis yields a grouping node.
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