res integra

noun res in·tegra \rāˈsintəgrə, ˌrāsənˈtegrə, rēˈzi-, ˌrēzən-\

Definition of res integra

  1. :  a case or a question that has not been examined or passed upon —used chiefly in law and diplomacy

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Origin and Etymology of res integra

Latin, literally, thing untouched

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