PRENDER DE BARON
prender de baron (pren-d[schwa]r d[schwa] bar-[schwa]n). [Law French ¡°a taking of husband¡±] Hist. A plea asserting that the former wife of a murder victim should not be allowed to appeal a murder case against the alleged killer because she has since remarried.
What is the Chinese interpretation of PRENDER DE BARON?
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