from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A name sometimes used for a promissory note given by one of the South American republics.
  • noun In old English law, a schedule.
  • noun In Spanish law: An act by which a debtor acknowledges his debt and binds himself to pay at a specified time or on demand.
  • noun The notice or summons fixed to the door of a fugitive criminal requiring his appearance before the court.


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