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per curiam
(Latin)


  law:  denotes decisions made by a court acting as a whole, as opposed to statements made by individual judges; literally translated as "by the court"
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Associated words [difficulty]:   per curiam , plea bargain [7] , without prejudice [8] , summary judgment [9]
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