Tag: LY

  • Lynx

    Hierarchical Display of Lynx Environment > Natural environment > Wildlife > Animal life > Wild mammal Meaning of Lynx Overview and more information about Lynx For a more comprehensive understanding of Lynx, see in the general part of the online platform.[rtbs name=”xxx-xxx”] Resources […]

  • Lynch

    Grammar This term is a verb. Etimology of Lynch (You may find lynch at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). 1835, “inflict severe (but not deliberately fatal) bodily punishment (on someone) without legal sanction,” from earlier Lynch law (1811), in […]

  • Lyons Council I (1245)

    Concept and History of Lyons Council I (1245) Constitutiones (see, in the European legal encyclopedia or in this legal dictionary, Innocent IV, Pope: Novellæ Innocentii quarti) Read more topics about canon law (including relating to lyons council i (1245)) . Here are a comprehensive list […]

  • Lycurgus

    Etimology of Lycurgus (You may find Lycurgus at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). Latinized form of Greek Lykourgos, name of the traditional law-giver of Sparta and author of its extraordinary constitution.

  • Lyons Council II (1274)

    Concept and History of Lyons Council II (1274) Constitutiones, promulgated by Pope Gregory X in 1275. At least seven different commentaries were written on this collection of constitutionesand nouellae. The apparatus are: 1. an anonymous commentary with the incipit, ‘Hoc dicit quod […]

  • Lynch Law

    A common phrase used to express the vengeance of a mob inflicting an injury and committing an outrage upon a person suspected of some oifense. In England this is called Lidford Law. See also Jedburgh Justice. …

  • Lying

    adjectivebluffing covinous cunning deceitful deceptive delusive delusory devoid of truth dishonest disingenuous dissembling doubledealing equivocating fabricating <li…

  • Lyef-yield

    A small fine paid by the customary tenant to the lord for leave to plow or sow, etc.

  • Lynch-law

    Describes the action of a band of men who, having no legal authority, seize a person suspected or convicted of a crime and punish him, usually with death.