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  • Invection — In*vec tion, n. [L. invectio. See {Inveigh}.] An inveighing against; invective. [Obs.] Fulke. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • introduction — I noun act of bringing in, admittance, formal presentation, inductio, induction, interposition, introductio, invectio, offering, offering as an exhibit, placing, presentation associated concepts: introduction of evidence II index …   Law dictionary

  • goliard — ● goliard nom masculin (ancien français goliart, débauché, peut être de gole, gueule) Au Moyen Âge, clerc indiscipliné qui vivait en marge des lois de l Église. ⇒GOLIARD, subst. masc. HIST. (XIVe XVe s.). Clerc étudiant pauvre, en marge de l… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • invection — kshən noun ( s) Etymology: Latin invection , invectio, from invectus (past participle of invehere to carry in, bring in) + ion , io ion : an introduction of something from an outside source an invection of … battle smoke floated among islands of… …   Useful english dictionary

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