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Inʹstitutes (3 syl.)

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Elementary law treatises, as the Institutes of Gaius and those of Florentius, Callistrătus, Paulus, Ulpian, and Marcian. The Institutes of Justinian were compiled by Antonīnus Pius, and for the most part are mere rechauffées of the preceding ones, giving the words and opinions of the respective authors.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Innocents
Innuendo
Inoculate
Inogene or Ignoge
Inquisition
Insane Root (The)
Inscription of a Coin
Insolence. (Latin, in-soleo.)
Inspired Idiot (The)
Instinct
Institutes
Instructions to the Committee
Insubri
Insult
Insulter
Intaglio (Italian)
Intellect
Intendance Militaire
Intentions
Inter Alia (Latin)
Inter Cæsa et Porrecta