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From Latin, literally meaning "and the man" but taken to mean "and the husband," used in law to indicate the implicit inclusion of a woman's husband, as in a legal document or case. The property was transferred by deed to Virginia Smith et vir on 03 June 1998. The Supreme Court Case "Richardson et vir v. Colorado" was decided with a unanimous 7–0 verdict in favor of the plaintiff. When reached for comment, Mrs. Richardson said she was overjoyed with the result.
See also: ET
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