ajurner2 (1292)

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ajurner2 (1292)

[ FEW: 3,105b diurnum; Gdf: ; GdfC: 8,65c ajourner; TL: ; DEAF: ; DMF:  ajourner; TLF:  ajourner; OED:  adjourn v.; MED:  ajournen v.; DMLBS: 29c adjornare ]
adjurner;  ajorner,  ajourner,  ajornier,  adjourner;  enjourner  


1to postpone, delay
( 1354; MS: c.1360 )  qe jeo vive si longement qe jeo puisse ajourner jesqes a demeyn mes dettes a paier  23
2lawto adjourn
( 1292 )  (the parties) sunt ajornyez en banc a oyer lur jugement  20-21 Ed I 355
( 1317 )  E pus furent les parties ajournez a le moys de Pasche  Ed II xxii 22
( 1322-23 )  Qe nostre Justice […] ne targe ne ajorne assise de novele disseisine  i 458
( 1425 )  l’assise fuit adjourné et puis agardé par defaut  i 32
lawto set, allocate a day
( c.1292; MS: c.1300 )  et qe il ajourne (var. (M: s.xivin) enjourne) le defendaunt de estre en court  i 127
jurner  reajurner 
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