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CONSILIUM, or dies consilii, practice. A time allowed for the accused to make his defence, and now more commonly used for a day appointed to argue a demurrer. In civil cases, it is a special day appointed for the purpose of hearing an argument. Jer. Eq. Jur. 296; 4 Bouv. Inst. n. 3753.

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It were better that in causes of weight, the matter were propounded one day, and not spoken to till the next day; in nocte consilium.
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In the two consilia that Kuehn compares, the issue at stake was crucial to the marriage market and its resolution by consilium influenced the drafting of the 1415 statutes, thereby serving as a funnel for the infusion of ius commune into statute law.
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To implement the Constitution Sacrosanctum Concilium of Vatican II, Paul VI appointed in 1964 what he called a Consilium of forty bishops and two hundred experts under the control of his chief artisan of reform, the Vincentian priest, Annibale Bugnini.
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Theorists struggle to reduce dispositio to a formula, and find the orator's consilium difficult to describe.