from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To transmit.


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  • It's cheaper and stops the 'transmiss ­ion' problem before it's a problem.

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  • [Footnote 2: Security or bond.] [Footnote 3: On application, the Lords Commissioners of Appeal, or their deputy the _surrogate_, would issue an _inhibition_ to the judge of the court from which the appeal had come up, enjoining him to stop all further proceedings, and a _monition_ to transmit all the past proceedings in the cause to them; these latter documents constituted the _transmiss_ or _transmission_ mentioned below.

    Privateering and Piracy in the Colonial Period Illustrative Documents


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