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- noun archaic
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He regretted that offices for the enregistration of property had not been established.
There is a main line of tentative experimental behaviour both below and above the level of intelligence, and it has been part of the tactics of evolution to bring about the hereditary enregistration of capacities of effective response, the advantages being that the answers come more rapidly and that the creature is left free, if it chooses, for higher adventures.
A new thought causes a new structural enregistration.
"The entries being voluntary, the lottery is no tax and can dispense with enregistration," it was said.
The Parliament was not disposed to fulfil the formality of enregistration.