cognitionibus mittendis (kog-nish-ee-oh-n[schwa]-b[schwa]s mi-ten-dis). [Latin ¡°cognizance of pleas to be released¡±] Hist. A writ ordering a justice of the Common Pleas to certify a fine that the justice had imposed but refused to certify.
What is the Chinese interpretation of COGNITIONIBUS MITTENDIS?
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