Talesmen
Talesman Tales"man, n.; pl. {Talesmen}. (Law) A person called to make up a deficiency in the number of jurors when a tales is awarded. --Wharton. [1913 Webster]

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  • Talesman — Tales man, n.; pl. {Talesmen}. (Law) A person called to make up a deficiency in the number of jurors when a tales is awarded. Wharton. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • talesman — noun Etymology: Middle English tales talesmen, from Medieval Latin tales de circumstantibus such (persons) of the bystanders; from the wording of the writ summoning them Date: 1679 1. a person added to a jury usually from among bystanders to make …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • talesman — /taylz meuhn, tay leez meuhn/, n., pl. talesmen. a person summoned as one of the tales. [1670 80; TALES + MAN1] * * * …   Universalium

  • jury — ju·ry / ju̇r ē/ n pl ju·ries [Anglo French juree, from feminine past participle of Old French jurer to swear, from Latin jurare, from jur jus law]: a body of individuals sworn to give a decision on some matter submitted to them; esp: a body of… …   Law dictionary

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