Tag: SL

  • Sleeper Agent

    Sleeper Agent in the National Security Context A definition and brief description of Sleeper Agent in relation to national security is as follows:An agent placed in an undercover situation and told to await further instructions before beginning to actively engage in espionage activities. A […]

  • Slovak

    Resources Legal English Vocabulary: Slovak in Spanish Online translation of the English legal term slovak into Spanish: eslovaco (English to Spanish translation) . More about legal dictionary from english to spanish online. Related to the Legal Thesaurus

  • Slovak

    Resources Legal English Vocabulary: Slovak in Spanish Online translation of the English legal term slovak into Spanish: eslovaco (English to Spanish translation) . More about legal dictionary from english to spanish online. Related to the Legal Thesaurus

  • Slander

    The publication of a defamatory matter by word of mouth or in a transient form, giving rise to a right of action for damages . See United States v Dorr, (Philippine Sup. Ct.)23 S.Ct. 859, 47L.Ed. 1187. Speaking words tending to injure the reputation of another, exposing such person […]

  • Slander

    The publication of a defamatory matter by word of mouth or in a transient form, giving rise to a right of action for damages . See United States v Dorr, (Philippine Sup. Ct.)23 S.Ct. 859, 47L.Ed. 1187. Speaking words tending to injure the reputation of another, exposing such person […]

  • Slight

    Legal Definition and Related Resources of Slight Meaning of Slight Synonyms of Slight adjective ancillary auxiliary diminutive exiguous exiguus immaterial inappreciable inconsequential […]

  • Slogan

    Grammar This term is a noun. Etimology of Slogan (You may find slogan at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). 1670s, earlier slogorne (1510s), “battle cry,” from Gaelic sluagh-ghairm “battle cry used by Scottish Highland or Irish clans,” from […]

  • Slander of Title

    Legal Definition and Related Resources of Slander Of Title Meaning of Slander Of Title false and malicious statements, oral or written, made in disparagement of a person ‘s title to real or personal property , causing him injury . See […]

  • Slbm’s

    Notion of Slbm’s The meaning of Slbm’s may be as follows: submarine-launched ballistic missiles

  • Slavocracy

    Grammar This term is a noun. Etimology of Slavocracy (You may find slavocracy at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). also slaveocracy, in U.S. history, “the political dominance of slave-owners,” 1840, formed irregularly from slave; this term is also a […]

  • Slander of Goods

    Slander of goods (disparagement of goods) in Law EnforcementMain Entry: Law Enforcement in the Legal Dictionary. This section provides, in the context of Law Enforcement, a partial definition of slander of goods (disparagement of goods).ResourcesSee AlsoLaw Enforcement Officer Police Law […]

  • Slide-action

    Slide-action in Law EnforcementMain Entry: Law Enforcement in the Legal Dictionary. This section provides, in the context of Law Enforcement, a partial definition of slide-action.ResourcesSee AlsoLaw Enforcement Officer Police Law Enforcement Agency Further Reading slide-action in A Dictionary […]

  • Slot Machine

    A slot machine can be generally described as a machine or contrivance which delivers or returns or purports to deliver or return to any person operating it any money as a game of chance. The definition of the term is subject to statutory variations but generally the purpose of such statutes is […]

  • Slander Of Property

    The false and malicious statement which tends to disparage the quality, condition or value of the property of another, and which causes him special injury or damage. Such statements are actionable. See National Ref. Co. v Benzo Gas Motor Fuel Co., (C.A.8.Mo.)20 F.2d 673. It should be noted […]

  • Slander Per Quod

    Words which are not defamatory on their face without the aid of extrinsic evidence but which by innuendo or imputations, amount to defamation. It is such slander as does not amount to slander per se. See Whitbv v Associates Discount Corp., 59 Ill.App.2d337, 207 N.E.2d482.