HARROW

HARROW

harrow (har-oh or h[schwa]-roh), n. [fr. Old French haro] Hist. In Norman and early English law, an outcry (or hue and cry) after felons and malefactors. ¡ª Also termed haro. See HUE AND CRY. Cf. CLAMEUR DE HARO.
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Carl, Chinese legal translator, specializes in translating legal documents pertaining to complex business disputes.