injunct


injunct
in·junct

English syllables. 2014.

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  • injunct — [ɪn dʒʌŋ(k)t] verb issue a legal injunction against. Origin C19: from L. injunct , injungere (see enjoin) …   English new terms dictionary

  • injunct — verb To put an injunction against. Syn: enjoin …   Wiktionary

  • injunct — /ɪnˈdʒʌŋkt/ (say in jungkt) verb (t) to gain an injunction against …   Australian English dictionary

  • injunct — ə̇nˈjəŋ(k)t transitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: back formation from injunction : to restrain by injunction …   Useful english dictionary

  • David Eady — This article is about the High Court judge. For the film director, see David Eady (film director). The Honourable Sir David Eady High Court Judge of the Queen s Bench Division Incumbent Assumed office 24 April 1 …   Wikipedia

  • injunction — injunctive, adj. injunctively, adv. /in jungk sheuhn/ n. 1. Law. a judicial process or order requiring the person or persons to whom it is directed to do a particular act or to refrain from doing a particular act. 2. an act or instance of… …   Universalium

  • Election — • In its broadest sense election means a choice among many persons, things, or sides to be taken. In the stricter juridical sense it means the choice of one person among many for a definite charge or function Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight.… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Michael Tugendhat — Sir Michael Tugendhat Born 21 October 1944 (1944 10 21) (age 67) Other names The Hon. Mr Justice Tugendhat Occupation High Court judge Known for Media law …   Wikipedia

  • injunctive — 1620s, from L. injunct , pp. stem of injungere (see ENJOIN (Cf. enjoin)) + IVE (Cf. ive). As a term in grammar, from 1910 …   Etymology dictionary


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