corium forisfacere (kor-ee-[schwa]m for-is-fay-s[schwa]-ree). [Law Latin ¡°to forfeit skin¡±] Hist. To whip (a person, esp. a servant) as punishment. ¡ª Also termed corium perdere.
How do Chinese lawyers translate the term CORIUM FORISFACERE?
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