Definition of Retorsions

1. Noun. (plural of retorsion) ¹



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Definition of Retorsions

1. retorsion [n] - See also: retorsion

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Retorsions

retnol
retold
retook
retool
retooled
retooling
retools
retoperithelium
retopology
retore
retorn
retorque
retorqued
retorquing
retorsion
retorsions (current term)
retort
retort stand
retortamonad
retortamonads
retorted
retorter
retorters
retorting
retortion
retortions
retortive
retorts
retoss
retotal

Literary usage of Retorsions

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1. Outlines of International Law by Charles Herbert Stockton (1914)
"... restore the ordinary diplomatic intercourse between the two governments and the friendly relations between their respective nations."1 131. retorsions. ..."

2. Outlines of International Law by Charles H. Stockton (1914)
"... restore the ordinary diplomatic intercourse between the two governments and the friendly relations between their respective nations."1 131. retorsions. ..."

3. Outlines of International Law by Charles H. Stockton (1914)
"... restore the ordinary diplomatic intercourse between the two governments and the friendly relations between their respective nations."1 131. retorsions. ..."

4. International Law by Frederick Edwin Smith Birkenhead, James Wylie (1911)
"... if it does not elect to do so, the peace is deemed to remain unbroken. The most familiar among them are retorsions, reprisals, and pacific blockades. ..."

5. First Platform of International Law by Edward Shepherd Creasy (1876)
"Reprisals, retorsions.—As to Declarations of War and Manifestoes.—Rights of Alliance. Definition of 380. "WAR" means a hostile contest with anus between two ..."

6. First Platform of International Law by Edward Shepherd Creasy (1876)
"Reprisals, retorsions.—As to Declarations of War and Manifestoes.—Rights of Alliance. Definition of 380. ""WAR" means a hostile contest with arms between ..."

7. A Manual of International Law for the Use of Naval Officers by Charles H. Stockton (1911)
"retorsions are retaliations in kind. They are always unfriendly, though they may not always be forcible or warlike. If a state is wanting in courtesy or ..."

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