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venire

(ven-eer-ay) n. the list from which jurors may be selected. (See: jury, panel)

venire

noun authoritative citation to appear before a court, command to appear, notification to appear, required to attend, subpoena, summons

VENIRE, OR VENIRE PACIAS JURATORES, practice. The name of a writ directed to the sheriff commanding him to cause to come from the body of the county before the court from which it issued, on some day certain and therein specified, a certain number of qualified citizens who are to act as jurors in the said court. Steph. Pl. 104; 2 Graydon's Forms, 314; and see 6 Serg. & Rawle, 414; 21 Vin. Ab. 291; Com. Dig. Enquest, C 1, &c.; Id. Pleader, 2 S 12, 3 0 20; Id. Process, D 8; 3 Chit. Pr. 797.

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names on the one other extant special jury venire facias, which the
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Outro julgado emblematico do STJ (36), embora nao se faca distincao clara na situacao dos autos entre o tu quoque e o venire contra factum proprium, indica um caso em que se pode retirar, ainda que indiretamente, uma aplicacao desta figura.
An 'event' is something which 'comes,' since the word is derived from the Latin venire (come), whereas Latin currere (run) yields 'occur.
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