from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Private as distinguished from public or international law.
- noun The law of a particular state as distinguished from the jus gentium, or law of nations.
- noun In common law, the rights of a husband.
- noun Law; right; particularly, what is declared to be law or right by a judge; matter of rule administered by a magistrate.
- noun A Middle English form of
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- noun cooking The juices that are a by-product of roasting meat
- noun cooking A rich, lightly reduced
stockused as a sauce for roasted meats
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Their manner was to grant naturalization (which they called jus civitatis), and to grant it in the highest degree; that is, not only jus commercii, jus connubii, jus haereditatis; but also jus suffragii, and jus honorum.
Their manner was to grant naturalization (which they called jus civitatis [the right of citizenship]), and to grant it in the highest degree; that is, not only jus commercii [the right to commercial trade], jus connubii [the right to intermarry], jus hæreditatis [the right of inheritance]; but also jus suffragii [the right of suffrage], and jus honorum [the right of holding office].
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There Labradore pie with poodle jus is simply marvelous.
But, as the Act for the Settlement of Ireland already shows, after Cromwell takes power, the phrase is usually used in justification of war, especially at the outreaches of empire.
Whence property came to be called the perfect right, the right of domain, the eminent right, the heroic or quiritaire right, -- in Latin, jus perfectum, jus optimum, jus quiritarium, jus dominii, -- while possession became assimilated to farm-rent.
Jus Cogens refers to the legal status that certain international crimes reach, whereas obligato erga omnes pertains to the legal implications arising out of a crime characterized as jus cogens.