civilian

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civilian

1 a person learned in the civil or Roman law.
2 as an adjective, pertaining to the civil or Roman law.
3 a person not in the armed forces.

CIVILIAN. A doctor, professor, or student of the civil law.

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After the Nazi airport session, we cruised over to the Civilist shop in Berlin for what was supposed to be a relaxing BBQ, but were redirected to a surprise demo at a skatepark around the corner.
(73) These are not comprehensible without Vitoria, among others, nor are the latter without due consideration of the work performed in prior centuries by scholastic theologians, particularly Aquinas, and by the canonists and civilists under the influence of Roman law.