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SCITE. The setting or standing of may place. The seat or situation of a capital messuage, or the ground on which it Stood. Jacob, L. D. h.t.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Quid hoc sibi vellet scite intellexit Ephebus, & motus internos prodidit vultus.
(3) "Scite omnino et convenienter historiae Romane expressisti characteres hujus triumviratus, stilumque jungis commentationi et adcuratione et faciloitate commendabilem" (HEGEL, 1989, p.
explanatur in una coram eodem Ponente, diei 14 octobris 1992: <<Non unam factispeciem complectitur simulatio totalis in iurisprudentia Nostri Fori, uti scite animadvertit R.
| c/o Fox Architecture and Design, discharge conditions on previous permission for four new detached houses and formation of parking, Scite House, 377 Halifax Road, Liversedge.
Of course different cases were used in each study, but our scores probably indicate a lower level of readability for Supreme Court briefs and opinions because of a difference in methodology; we included case citations as part of the text, while the Coleman/Phung method deleted citations and inserted the word "scite" in place of each.
When we read the lines, cumque boum dabitis caesorum membra palato, mandere vos vestros scite et sentite colonos.