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OLYMPIAD

by the testutor himself. In order to be valid ii: must be entireiy written, dated, and signed by the hand of the testator. It is subject to no other form, and may be made anywhere, even out of the state. Civil Code La. art. 1588; Civil Code Cal. § 1277.

OLYMPIAD. A Grecian epoch; the space of four years.

OME BUENO. man; u substantial person. pt. 5, tit. 13, i. 38.

In Spanish law. A good Las Partidas,

Omissio eox-urn qua: tacite lnsunt ni- hii operatur. The omission of those things which are tacitly implied is of no conse- quence. 2 Bulst. 131.

OMISSIS OMNIBUS ALIIS NEGO- TIIS. Lat. Laying aside all other busi- nesses. 9 East, 347.

OMITTANCE. Forbearance; omission.‘

Omne actum ab intentinne ngeutis est judiesndum. Every act is to be judged by the intention of the doer. Branch. Princ.

Omne erimen ebrietas at lneendit at deteg-it. Drunkenness both iniiames (or oggr votes) and reveals every crime. Co. Litt. 2170,‘ 4 Bl. Comm. 26; Broom, Max. 17.

Omne jun nut consensus feoit, nut necessital uonstituit ant firmnvit nonstictndo. Every right is either made by consent, or is constituted by necessity, or is established by custom. Dig. 1, 3, 40.

Omue magi: dignum trahit all In mi- nus dignum. quamvis minus dignum sit sntiquius. E\ery worthier thing draws to it the loss worthy, though the less worthy be the more ancient. Co. Litt. 355D.

Omue magnum exemplum llubet ali- quid ex lniqun, quad publion utilitate oompensntur. Hob. 279. Every great ex- urupie has some portion of evil, which is compensated by the puhlic utility.

Omne msjus cnntiuet in :2 minus. Every greater contains in itself the less. 5 Cake, 11511. The greater always contains the less. Broom, Max. 174.

Omne msjus dignum onntiuet in se mi- nus dig-num. Co. Litt. 43. The more worth: contains in itself the less worthy.

Omnn mnjnl minus in so complectitur. Every greater embraces in itself the less. Jeni; Cent. 208.

Omne pr-incipale trahit ad le seriousn- rium. Every principoi thing draws to it-

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self the accessory. Parsons v. Welles. 17 Mass. 425; Green v. Hart, 1 Johns. (N. Y.) 580.

Omna qund solo lnredifioatnt solo cedit. Everything which is built upon the soii belongs to the soil. Dig. 47, 3, 1; Broom, Max. 401.

Omne sacramentum debet esse do certs. scientis. Every oath ought to be of certain knowledge. 4 Inst. Z9.

Omne teltnmentum morte no-nsummaw tum est. 3 Coke, 29. Every will is compieted by death.

Omnes actions: in mundo infra certs tempera lnahent li.m.its.i:ionem. Ali uc tions 1!] the world are limited within certain periods. Bract. £01. 52.

Omnes llumines nut liheri Iunt nut servi. All men ore frecmeu or slaves. Inst. 1, 3, pr.; Fieta, l. 1, c. 1, 5 2.

Omnes licentiam llahere his gun: pro se indulta sunt, renunciare. [It is a rule of the ancient law that] all persons shall have llherty to renounce those privileges which have been conferred for their benefit. Cod. L 3, 51; Id. 2 3, 29: Broom, Max. (399.

Omnes pr-udentes illa ndmittere solent qua: probuutur iis qui in nu-ta sun. ‘belle versati sunt. All prudent men are accustomed to admit those things which nre approved ivy those who are well versed in the art. 7 Coke, 19.

Omnes sutures aunt quasi unus lneres fie unn hzreditnte. Co. Litt. 67. Ali sisters are, as it were, one heir to one inherit- once.

OMN1 EXCEPTIONE MAJUS. 262. Ahove all exception.

4 Inst.

Omnla delieta in aperto leviorn. sunt. All crimes that are committed openly are lighter, [or have a less odious nppearance than those committed secretiy.] 8 Coke, 12711.

OMNIA PERFORMAVIT. He has done oil. In pleading. A good plea in bar where ali the covenants are in the affirmative. Bailey v. Rogers, 1 Me. 189.

Omnia. praesumuntur contra. spolintn- rem. All things are presumed against :1 despoiler or wrong doer. .\ lending m.|xi_m in the law of evidence. Best, Ev. p. 3-10, 5 303; Broom. Max. 938.

Omnla. przesumuntur legitime Inch: do- nec probetur in contrarium. Ail things

are presumed to be lawfully done, until proof