Pluries


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PLURIES, practice. A term by which a writ issued subsequently to an alias of the same kind, is denominated.
     2. The pluries writ is made by adding after we command you, the words, "as often times we have commanded you." This is called the first pluries, the next is called the second pluries, &c.

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Et tune incepit dictae Mariae describere passiones, ac si ipsam vidisset pluries in angustia tormentorum: quam tamen nunquam viderat, nee de ipsa quidquam audierat ab aliquo mortali, ut creditur.
duo alii fratres Minores, familiares praedictae fidelis Christi et vere digni fide, omnia quae scripta sunt viderent et audirent ab ore eius, et omnia examinarent cum ea et pluries cum ea tractarent; et etiam, quod plus est, certi divina gratia redderentur a Domino, quod et verbo et opere fideliter attestantur" (ch.
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