Definition of Intromissions

1. Noun. (plural of intromission) ¹



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Definition of Intromissions

1. intromission [n] - See also: intromission

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intromissions

introits
introitus canalis
introitus of facial canal
introitus vaginæ
introject
introjected
introjecting
introjection
introjections
introjects
introld
intromission
intromissions (current term)
intromit
intromits
intromitted
intromittent
intromitter
intromitters
intromitting
intron
intron splicing
intronic
intronization
intronless
introns

Literary usage of Intromissions

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1. A Treatise on the Law of Evidence in Scotland by William Gillespie Dickson, John Skelton (1864)
"PROOF OF intromissions WITH MOVEABLES AND MONEY. § 587. intromissions with corporeal moveables, except sums of money, ..."

2. An Institute of the Law of Scotland: In Four Books : in the Order of Sir by John Erskine, George Mackenzie, James Ivory (1828)
"... a factor or steward of a land estate ls* may retain the balance of his intromissions ass, till he recover the reasonable disbursements which he Has laid ..."

3. Accounting in Theory and Practice: A Text-book for the Use of Accountants by George Lisle (1906)
"... CHARGE AND DISCHARGE OF THE intromissions OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE LATE WILLIAM SLATER, ESQ. From 31st March 1899 (date of death of testator) to 10th June ..."

4. The Scottish Jurist: Containing Reports of Cases Decided in the House of by Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, House of Lords, Parliament, Great Britain (1842)
"... and to the exclusion of all deduction therefrom, in respect of any intromissions had by the said James and George Cleghorn and others with the rents or ..."

5. A Digest of the Law of Scotland: With Special Reference to the Office and by Hugh Barclay, Scotland (1855)
"... illegitimate minor children, relieving them from liability for omissions or the intromissions of each other, so far as regards the father's own estate. ..."

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