Capiatur

CAPIATUR, pro fine. The name of a writ which was issued to levy a fine due to the king. Bac. Ab. Fines and Amercements, in prin. See Judgment of Capiatur.

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Est ergo spacium, quantitas quaedam continua physica triplici dimensione constans, in qua corporum magnitudo capiatur, natura ante omnia corpora, et citra omnia corpora consistens, indifferenter omnia recipiens, citra actionis passionisque conditiones, immiscibile, impenetrabile, non formabile, illocabile, extra et omnia corpora comprehendens, et incomprehensibiliter intus omnia continens (De immenso et innumerabilibus, seu de Universo et Mundis, Libro i, capitulo viii [G.
2, the [lambda]-group quemadmodum Satricum capiatur a Camillo at 6.8.9 (for other small interpolations in [lambda], see R.