Playing With Words
New Scientist 1985 November 21; 108(1483): 17
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Law-Latin dictionary : being an alphabetical collection of such Law-Latin words as are found in several authentic manuscripts and printed books of precedents; whereby entring-clerks and others , may be furnished with fit and proper words in a common law sense, for anything they have occasion to make use of, in drawing declarations, or any parts of pleading. Also a more compendious and accurate exposition of the terms of the common law, (interspersed through-out) than any hitherto extant; containing many important words of art used in law books Unknown author (London : Printed for Isaac Cleave, at Serjeants-Inn Gate in Chancery-Lane; and John Hartley, over-against Grays-Inn in Holborn, 1701, 1701)
Interpreter : or, Booke containing the signification of words. Wherein is set forth the true meaning of all, or the most part of such words and termes, as are mentioned in the law writers, or statutes of this victorious and renowned kingdome, requiring any exposition of interpretation... Cowell, John, 1554-1611 (London : Printed for William Sheares, 1637, 1637)