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  • n. Literally "the bill is true", signifying a presenter has furnished probable evidence, and is worthy of further consideration, presented to a party to indict them of the crime, and legally must confess or follow through the indictment.

Etymologies

From the Latin, "the bill is true." (Wiktionary)

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