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Abounded Explained

abounded at CMU American English spelling Of Explained:

irepennyto th

Abounded at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:

V. fo. 9; 52 H. III. 7; 21 H. VII. 15.BREAKING. Parting or dividing by force and violence a solid substance, or
piercing, penetrating, or bursting through the same.
2. In cases of burglary and house-breaking, the removal, of any part of
the house, or of the fastenings provided to secure it, with violence and a
felonious intent, is called a breaking.
3. The breaking is actual, as in the above case; or constructive, as
when the burglar or house-breaker gains an entry by fraud, conspiracy or
threats. 2 Russ. on Cr. 2; 2 Chit. Cr. Law, 1092; 1 Hale, P. C. 553; Alis.
Prin. 282, 291. In England it has been decided that if the sash of a window
be partly open, but not sufficiently so to admit a person, the raising of it
so as to admit a person is not a breaking of the house. 1 Moody, Cr. Cas.
178. No reasons are assigned. It is difficult to conceive, if this case be
law, what further opening will amount to a breaking. But see 1 Moody, Cr.
Cas. 327,

abounded at English (WD) Of Explained:



  • Inter: past of » abound

  • Translation: de » abounded
    Translation: fr » abounded
    Translation: hu » abounded
    Translation: mg » abounded
    Translation: ml » abounded
    Translation: my » abounded
    Translation: nl » abounded
    Translation: pt » abounded
    Translation: sv » abounded
    Translation: vi » abounded