national origin. The country in which a person was born, or from which the person’s ancestors came. • This term is used in several antidiscrimination statutes, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits discrimination because of an individual’s “race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.” 42 USCA § 2000e-2. [Cases: Civil Rights 1009, 1107. C.J.S. Civil Rights §§ 2–5, 7–9, 11–13, 18, 22, 26–27, 30–31, 33–34, 37, 41–42, 44, 67.]


fine-for-alienation: fine for alienation. Hist. A fee paid by a tenant to the lord upon the alienation of a feudal estate and substitution of a new tenant. • It was payable by all tenants holding by […]

fineannullando: fine annullando levato de tenemento quod fuit de antiquo dominico (a-n[ schwa]-lan-doh l[schwa]-vay-to dee ten-[schwa]-men-toh kwod fyoo-it dee an-tI-kwoh d[schwa]-min-[schwa]-ko[…]

finecapiendo-pro-terris: fine capiendo pro terris (kap-ee-en-doh proh ter-is). [Latin “a fine to be taken for lands”] Hist. A writ that an imprisoned felon could use in some circumstances to obtain relea[…]

freedom to work: 劳动自由;工作自由 个人有工作或不工作、选择行业或职业的自由。但并不意味着有获得工作或任何特定工作的法律权利,这是法律所不能规定的,实际上也[…]