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“ jur ”
to give up rights; to recant
person chosen to interpret laws, decide on a winner, or settle a controversy
the territory or land in which justice and laws are administered and followed
an expert in the law
group of people sworn to abide by the laws to determine the truth
lawful or fair
the fact that is said to prove that something is true
to prove; to offer
to break the law by lawing; to break a formal promise; to break a formal promise; to break an oath
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