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privy

Law a person in privity with another

privy

An outhouse which serves as a toilet.
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Privily, I had made up to him an additional hundred and fifty sticks, and he had come to regard me with a respect that was almost veneration, which was curious, seeing that he was an old man, twice my age at least.
At the core of States' concerns in allowing subdivisions to be respondents was the privily of contract doctrine.
the green knight commanded thirty knights privily to watch Beaumains, for to keep him from all treason.
In contrast, manufacturers typically lack privily with
For this reason these scenes should not be seen as privily supporting either party: rather.
THEN HEROD, when he had privily called the wise men, inquired of them diligently what time the star appeared.