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praemunire

noun prae·mu·ni·re \ˌprē-my-ˈnī(-ə)r-ē\

Definition of PRAEMUNIRE

:  an offense against the English Crown punishable chiefly by forfeiture and originally committed by asserting papal legal supremacy in England
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Origin of PRAEMUNIRE

Middle English praemunire facias, from Medieval Latin, that you cause to warn; from prominent words in the writ
First Known Use: 1529

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