Definition of Retrocessions

1. Noun. (plural of retrocession) ¹



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Definition of Retrocessions

1. retrocession [n] - See also: retrocession

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Retrocessions

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retrocalcaneobursitis
retrocardiac
retrocausal
retrocausality
retrocaval
retrocaval ureter
retrocede
retroceded
retrocedent
retrocedent gout
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retrocervical
retrocession
retrocessions (current term)
retrocessive
retrocessively
retrochoir
retrochoirs
retroclusion
retrocochlear deafness
retrocochlear diseases
retrocognition
retrocognitions
retrocognitive
retrocolic
retrocollic
retrocollic spasm
retrocollis

Literary usage of Retrocessions

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1. Digest of the Scottish Law of Conveyancing: Moveable Rights by John Craigie (1888)
"... ASSIGNATIONS IN SECURITY OVER CORPOREAL MOVEABLES ; TRANSLATIONS ; AND retrocessions. THIS chapter deals with the subjects of—(1) Assignations of bonds ..."

2. The Map of Europe by Treaty: Showing the Various Political and Territorial by Edward Hertslet (1875)
"retrocessions to the Duke of Hesse-Caste!. 2. Q-uarantee by Austria of Sovereignty and ... retrocessions to be made to Hesse-Cassel by Hesse-Darmstadt. 2. ..."

3. The Map of Europe by Treaty: Showing the Various Political and Territorial by Edward Hertslet (1875)
"retrocessions to be made to Heste- Cassel by Hesse-Darmstadt. ... retrocessions to the Duke of Hesse-Cassel. ART. I. Ilia Electoral Serene Highness recovers ..."

4. Effects of the War Upon Insurance: With Special Reference to the by William Franklin Gephart (1918)
"The retrocession to foreign companies and the acceptance of reinsurances of its own country or of foreign retrocessions would transform it, ipso facto, ..."

5. Preliminary Economic Studies of the War by Thomas Nixon Carver (1918)
"The retrocession to foreign companies and the acceptance of reinsurances of its own country or of foreign retrocessions would transform it, ipso facto, ..."

6. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1844)
"But still the advance was not regular or constant: there were impediments and interruptions—pauses and retrocessions. The greatness of Egypt was already a ..."

7. The Christian Examiner (1841)
"The popular belief is now, that these retrocessions are hardly possible; we are too far advanced, we must of necessity go on at an equal, ..."

8. The Map of Europe by Treaty: Showing the Various Political and Territorial by Edward Hertslet (1875)
"The Stipulations, Cessions, retrocessions, Conditions, and Clauses contained in the Treaty of Munich of the 14th of April. 1816 (No. ..."

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