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MENIAL. This term is applied to servants who live under their master's roof Vide stat. 2 H. IV., c. 21.

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Section 3(1) provides that "any adult person who is menially competent to consent and is able to make a free and informed decision" may provide consent, in writing, for removal of tissue or organ from his or her living body.
Sergii had been a teacher and healer in the monastery but is now performing these tasks more menially and, for Tolstoi, more meaningfully.
1) If the professional finds that the child is mentally retarded and recommends commitment to a state hospital, the court may direct the filing in the appropriate court of a petition for commitment of a child as a menially retarded person to the State Department of Developmental Services for placement in a state hospital.