AD MORDENDUM ASSUETUS
ad mordendum assuetus (ad mor-den-d[schwa]m [schwa]-swee-t[schwa]s), adj. [Law Latin] Hist. Accustomed to bite. ? This phrase was a common charge in a declaration of damage done by a dog to a person or to another animal.
How do Chinese legal professionals usually express the term AD MORDENDUM ASSUETUS?
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