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Arrogation

Claiming or seizing something without justification; claiming something on behalf of another. In Civil Law, the Adoption of an adult who was legally capable of acting for himself or herself.

ARROGATION, civil law. Signifies nearly the same as adoption; the only difference between them is this, that adoption was of a person under full age but as arrogation required the person arrogated, sui juris, no one could be arrogated till he was of full age. Dig. 1, 7, 5; Inst. 1, 11, 3 1 Brown's Civ. Law, 119.

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The Santa Anita principals have each gained trophies in recent days, with California Chrome being named America's overall 2016 Eclipse Awards champion before losing out to Arrogate in the tussle to be crowned last year's Longines World's Best Racehorse.
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As Venezuela lays in complete ruin and decay, Nicolas Maduro continues to consolidate and arrogate political and economic power to himself by any means necessary.
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Certainly, no man can dare to arrogate to Himself the power to forgive sins.
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The coverage should resonate with not just American racing enthusiasts, but also general sports fans, as Arrogate bids to become the 11th American-trained winner of the Dubai World Cup and emulate California Chrome's fairy-tale win from 12 months ago.
"Allowing hospitals and other religiously affiliated organizations that are not houses of worship to arrogate to themselves the legal status of a church, and thereby to deprive their legions of employees of ERISA's protections, would be impermissible religious favoritism, giving the institutions a leg up in the competitive marketplace based solely on religion," AU's brief asserts.