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Once the destructive storm moved out, the chilly weather swept in, signaling the start of "danger season" for thousands of kids in New England.
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WASHINGTON — Here's yet another sign that the housing market may be coming back. Contracts to purchase previously owned U.S. homes matched a two-year high in May, fueling optimism the housing market is poised for a recovery.
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Gov. Dannel Malloy has signed into law a bill allowing the medical use of marijuana in Connecticut.
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If you can get a new mortgage or refinance an existing one, interest rates have fallen to incredible new lows. Interest on a 15-year loan has dropped below 3 percent for the first time ever, according to data from Freddie Mac. The average rate on...
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Impede: To obstruct; hinder; check; delay.
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Cognitive: The mental process of comprehension, judgment, memory and reasoning, as opposed to emotional and volitional processes.
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Non prosequitur /non presekweder/. Lat. He does not follow up, or pursue. If, in the proceedings in an action at law, the plaintiff neglects to take any of those steps which he ought to take within the time prescribed by the practice of the court for that purpose the defendant may enter judgment of non pros. against him, whereby it is adjudged that the plaintiff does not follow up (non prosequitur) his suit as he ought to do, and therefore the defendant out to have judgment against him. Under current rules practice, such failure would result in a dismissal of the action or in a default judgment for defendant.
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Medicaid: A form of public assistance sponsored jointly by the federal and state govenments providing medical aid for people whose income falls below a certain level.
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Just. Conforming to or consonant with what is legal or lawful; legally right; lawful.
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Out-of-Court Settlement. The phrase is used with reference to agreements and transactions in regard to a pending suit which are arranged or take place between parties or their counsel privately and without being referred to the judge or court for authorization or approval. Thus, a case which is compromised, settled, and withdrawn by private agreement of the parties, after its institution, is said to be settled "out of court."
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Lego /lifygow/. Lat. In Roman law, I bequeath. A common term used in wills.
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Reconciliation: The renewal of amicable relations between two persons who has been at emnity or variance; usually implying forgiviness of injuries on one or both sides. In law of domestic relations, a voluntary resumption of matital relations in the fullest sense.
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Recover: To get or obtain again, to collect, to get renewed possession of; to win back. To regain, as lost property, territory, appetite health, courage. In a narrower sense, to be successful in a suit, to collect or obtain amount, to have judgment, to obtain a favorable or final judgment, to obtain in any legal manner in contrast to voluntary payment.
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Ex parte /eks pardi/. On one side only; by or for one party; done for, in behalf of, or on the application of, one party only.
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