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In Its usual sense, to entitle is to give a right or title; therefore a person is said to be entitled to property when he has a right to it. L. R. 20 Eq. 534. In Ecclesiastical Law. To entitle Is to give a title or ordination as a minister. Gibs. Code, 141, note. In Practice. To prefix to a document the title of the cause to which it relates.
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