10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CONVICTIBLE»
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Garner's Dictionary of Legal Usage
Susan Estrich, Real Rape 88 (1987). convictable; ✳convictible. The first is
preferred. convicted. A. Meaning. A person pleads guilty to a felony and receives
probation. Has that person been convicted? The question matters because, in
A Dictionary of Modern Legal Usage
See -ee. convictible. See convictable. conviction, it may surprise some readers to
know, is used in reference to misdemeanors as well as to felonies. See convict,
v.t. convict, v.t. In the legal idiom, one is convicted of crimes but on counts.
Bulletin of the Australian Society of Legal Philosophy
In this case D is not convictible even of attempted murder. CASE 2; It is
established that D had intent to inflict grievous bodily harm upon V. But it is also
established that he had no intent to kill her. D acts on V in way W occasioning
A dictionary of the Spanish and English languages, orig. ...
Convencible, convictible, capable of conviction, capable of being evidently
disprovod. Convencklo, da, a. Convict. — pp. of CW»rw. Convencimie'nto, sm.
Conviction, confutation, the act of convincing or confuting. Convencion, sf. 1.
Henry Neuman, Giuseppe Marc' Antonio Baretti, Mateo Seoane Sobral, 1862
A Dictionary of the Spanish and English Languages: Abridged ...
Conveyer, a Conductor, mensajero l truhán, Con vicinity, A Proximidad, vecindad
. To Convict, va. Convencer; confutar, refutar, [condenado por su delito. Convict,
d Convicts, el reo convencido y tConvict, a. Convencido. Convictible, a.
Mariano Velázquez de la Cadena, 1864
Neuman and Baretti's Dictionary of the Spanish and English ...
Convictible, a. Capaz de ser convencido. Conviction, s. 1. Convicción,
descubrimiento de delito. 2. Confutación. 3. Estado de ser convencido.
Convíctive, a. Convincente. CoNvfcTiVEi.Y, ad. Convincentemente. To. Convince
, va. Convencer ...
Henry Neuman, Giuseppe Marco Antonio Baretti, 1842
Garner's Modern American Usage
So spelled—not ✳convictible. See -able(a). convince. See persuade. coolly. So
spelled—not ✳cooly. E.g.: “It's a nicely restrained, cooly [read coolly] observant
effort.” Lloyd Sachs, “ 'Boys Life' Even Better the Second Time Around,” Chicago ...
Style-book of business English, designed for use in business ...
... combustible committible compactible compatible compossible comprehensible
compressible conducible conductible confiuxible contemptible contractible
controvertible conversible conversable convertible convictible convincible
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Of delinquents, convicted or convictible, the number so great, that, if punishment
were applied to every one, the benefit of the remedy, applied by the aggregate
mass of it, would be outweighed by the sum of the burthens, imposed by it on the
Neuman & Baretti's Dictionary of the Spanish and English ...
Couvencer, ra. To convince, to force another to acknowledge a contested
position, to convict, to demonstrate. Convencible, a. Convencible, convictible,
ciuu- ble of conviction, capable of being evident')' disproved. Convencido, da, a.