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King James Dictionary
1. The act of taking, or apprehending by a judicial process.
2. A certificate signed by commissioners in Chancery, declaring when and where the commission was executed.
3. A preamble.
4. In Scots law, a writ issued at the instance of a creditor, commanding an officer to take and imprison the debtor, till he pays the debt.
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