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Noun edit

nēminum

  1. (post-Classical) genitive plural of nēmō
    • 1585, Cornelius Schulting, Confessio Hieronymiana ex omnibus germanis B. Hieronymi operibus optima fide collecta..., page 298:
      Neminum patrum habere parem cum scripturis authoritatem
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    • 1891, Л. Шепелевичъ, Апокрифическое "Видѣніе Св. Павла", page 41:
      ut sensus sit: Neminum veterum agnovisse, hoc est pro genuino habuisse illum librum.
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  2. Misspelling of nēminem.
    • 1886, CHS. C. de Lorimier, La bibliothèque du Code civil de la province de Québec..., volume 15, Montreal: Cadieux & Derome, page 387:
      Sabinus, in re communi neminum dominorum jure facere quicquam, invito altero, posse.
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    • 1923 [1922], Krishnan J., “Civil Revision Petition No. 673 of 1922. M Krishnaji Reddiar–petitioner. v Muthuveera Reddiar and another–Respondents.”, in The Madras Weekly Notes (overall work in English), Madras: N. R. K. Tatachariar, page 199:
      To appply the maxim Actus curiae neminum gravabit; it must be proved that the failure to comply with the rule of law was due to the action of the Court and not to any default of the party.