\lˈə͡ʊzənd͡ʒɪz], \lˈəʊzəndʒɪz], \l_ˈəʊ_z_ə_n_dʒ_ɪ_z]\
Definitions of LOZENGES, BARK
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Tabellae cinchonae -l. of Catechu and magnesia, Tabellae antimoniales Kunckelii- l. Faustinus's, Faustini pastilli -l. for the Heart-burn, Trochisci carbonatis calcis- l. Magnesia, Tabellae de magnesia-l. of Marshmallows, Tabellae de althaea-l. of Oxalic acid, Tabellae acidi oxalici-l. Pectoral, black, Trochisci glycyrrhizse glabrae- l. Pectoral, of emetine, Trochisci emetinae pectorales-l. Rhubarb, Tabellae de rheo- l. of Scammony and senna, compound, Tabellae de scammonio et senna- l. Spitta's, see Trochisci glycyrrhizae cum opio -l. Steel, Tabellae de ferro- l. Steel, aromatic, see Tabellae de ferro- l. Sulphur, simple, Tabellae de sulphure simplices- l. Sulphur, compound, Tabellae de sulphure compositae- l. of Sulphuret of antimony, Tabellae antimoniales Kunckelii- l. Wistar's, Trochisci glycyrrhizae cum opio-l. Worm, Ching's, see Worm lozenges, (Ching's.)
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- legal doctrine stating person receives money or other through no effort of his own, at expense another, recipient should return to rightful owner, even if property was not obtained illegally. Most courts will order that the be returned party who has suffered loss brings a lawsuit. 1. Benefit retention with no consideration of return where it can be reasonably expected. 2. Money obtained that is not a gift the beneficiary needs to make restitution for.