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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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The delay or continuance of a law suit.

Usage examples (14)
  • Where an attorney was plaintiff, the court refufed to grant an imparlance, 107
  • imparlance in the king's bench, 469, lir. and further imparlance to a declaration in an inferior court, 354
  • Whether you will frmnt an imparlance now or no, yet 1 hope, however, you will think fit to give my lords the bishops time to plead.
  • Seldom, he believed, had any aitemtion of such imparlance as that proposed by the right honourable gen - tleman taken place without a previous eKapinfttipa before for more
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