replevy \ri-PLEV-ee\, verb:
- To recover goods or chattels wrongfully taken or detained.
Replevy originates in the Old French replevir, "to bail out."
- If your professor doesn't have a font requirement and you can't think of anything else to write, change your font to courier new to add multiple pages to your papers.
Yo man, I said fuck it and courier newed that research paper.
- Amendment XIII: anti-slavery amendment to the US Constitution was declared ratified by Secretary of State William Seward, abolishing the practice (1865)
- capital punishment in the United Kingdom: was abolished by both houses of Parliament (1969)
- Tokyo Wan Aqua-Line: 1.5 trillion yen, 15-kilometer bridge-tunnel opened across Tokyo Bay after 31 years of construction (1997)
- Joseph Grimaldi 1778
- Saki (Hector Hugh Munro) 1870