noun (plural obiter dicta)
- a statement or remark in a court"s judgment that is not essential to the disposition of the case.
- A proposal that has been made.
- Something put forth, bid, proffered or tendered.
- An invitation to enter into a binding contract communicated to another party which contains terms sufficiently definite to create an enforceable contract if the other party accepts the offer.
- To propose something.
- To place at one"s disposal.
- To proffer.
- partial, Partial or biased in favour of one faction
- We were robbed! That referee was definitely .
- With one competitor dominant over the other
- It was a swift, fight, all over in the second round.
- Out of proportion or lopsided
- Having only one side, like a Mí¶bius strip
- of, or relating to a personal or place name
- of, or relating to onomastics
- A hole; a gap; a crevice.
- The first few moves in a game of chess.
- An unoccupied employment position.
- The first performance of a show or play by a particular troupe.
- The initial period an art gallery or museum is first opened.
- The first few measures of a musical composition.
- (cricket) describing the first period of play, usually up to the fall of the first wicket; describing a batsman who opens the innings or a bowler who open the attack, opens the attack
- A subjective thought that a person has formed about a topic or issue.
- (transitive) To have or express as an opinion.
- 1658: But if (as some ) King Ahasuerus were Artaxerxes Mnemon ..., our magnified Cyrus was his second Brother " Sir Thomas Browne, The Graden of Cyrus (Folio Society 2007, p. 166)
(0 OR 0) = 0<br>
- (logic) The binary operator inclusive or, true if one at least one of two inputs is true. In infix notation, it has values
(0 OR 1) = 1<br>
(1 OR 0) = 1<br>
(1 OR 1) = 1<br>
- Oregon, a state of the United States of America.
- operating room
- operations research
- Someone who orates or delivers an oration.
- A skilled and eloquent public speaker.
- (heraldry) One of the standard geometric designs placed across the center of a coat of arms, such as a pale or fess.
- (context, science fiction) a person who does not possess superhuman abilities
- Something that is routine, or is well known.
- (biology) pertaining to, derived from, like, of the nature of, an organ of the body
- (chemistry) relating to the compounds of carbon, relating to natural products
- of food or food products, grown in an environment free from artificial agro-chemicals, and possibly certified organic by a regulatory body.
- (sociology) a form of social solidarity theorized by Emile Durkheim that is characterized by voluntary engagements in complex interdepencies for mutual benefit (such as business agreements), rather than mechanical solidarity, which depends on ascribed relations between people (as in a family or tribe).
- To expel; to remove.
- The protesters became so noisy that they were finally ousted from the meeting.
- (archaic): A hearing in which a defendant in a civil case based on the content of a document could require the plaintiff to read the document aloud in court.
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- (archaic): A commission under which a court is empowered to hear and determine a criminal case.
- The hearing or trial carried out under such authority.