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adorned at CMU American English spelling Of Explained:

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adorned at English => English (Moby Thesaurus II) Of Explained:

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

ommon interest; the latter is where
there are two or more depositors, having each a different and adverse
interest. See Sequestration.
5. These distinctions give rise to very different considerations in
point of responsibility and rights. Hitherto they do not seem to have been
incorporated in the common law; though if cases should arise, the principles
applicable to them would scarcely fail of receiving general approbation, at
least, so far as they affect the rights and responsibilities of the parties.
Cases of judicial sequestration and deposits, especially in courts of
chancery and admiralty, may hereafter require the subject to be fully
investigated. At present, there have been few cases in which it has been
necessary to consider upon whom the loss should fall when the property has
perished in the custody of the law. Story on Bailm. Sec. 41-46.
6. There is another class of deposits noticed by Pothier, and called by
him irregular deposits. This arises when a party having a sum of money which
he doe's not think safe in his own hands; confides it to another, who is to
return him, not the same money, but a like sum when he shall demand it.
Poth. Traite du Depot, ch. 3, Sec. 3. The usual deposit made by a person
dealing with a bank is of this nature. The depositor, in such case, becomes
merely a creditor of the depositary for the money or other thing which he
binds himself to return.
7. This species of deposit is also called an improper deposit, to
distinguish it from one that is regular and proper, and which latter is
sometimes called a special deposit. 1 Bell's Com. 257-8. See 4 Blackf. R.
8. There is a kind of deposit which may, for distinction's sake, be
called a quasi deposit, which is governed, by the same general rule as
common deposits. It is when a party comes lawfully to the possession of
another person's property by finding. Under such circumstances, the finder
seems bound to the same reasonable care of it as any voluntary depositary ex
contractu. Doct. & Stu. Dial. 2, ch. 38; Story on Bailm. Sec. 85; and see
Bac. Abr. Bailm. D. See further, on the subject of deposits, Louis. Code,
tit. 13; Bac. Abr. Bailment; Digest, depositi vel contra; Code, lib. 4, tit

adorned at English => English (WordNet) Of Explained:

adj 1: provided with something intended to increase its beauty or
distinction [syn: {decorated}] [ant: {unadorned}]
2: clothed or adorned with finery [syn: {adorned(p)}, {bedecked(p)},
{decked(p)}, {decked out(p)}]

adorned at English (WD) Of Explained:



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  • Inter: past of » adorn

  • Translation: de » adorned
    Translation: et » adorned
    Translation: fr » adorned
    Translation: it » adorned
    Translation: hu » adorned
    Translation: mg » adorned
    Translation: ml » adorned
    Translation: my » adorned
    Translation: sv » adorned
    Translation: te » adorned
    Translation: vi » adorned