Mandating an

But Sancho did not so fully approve of his master's admonition as to let it pass without saying in reply, "Senor, I am a man of peace, meek and quiet, and I can put up with any affront because I have a wife and children to support and bring up; so let it be likewise a hint to your worship, as it cannot be a , that on no account will I draw sword either against clown or against knight, and that here before God I forgive the insults that have been offered me, whether they have been, are, or shall be offered me by high or low, rich or poor, noble or commoner, not excepting any rank or condition whatsoever.to stay the New England persecutors was effectual in preventing further martyrdoms; but the colonial authorities, trusting in the remoteness of their situation, and perhaps in the supposed instability of the royal government, shortly renewed their severities in all other respects. of mandare "to order, commit to one's charge," lit.It was 'Louette with the mandate from her mistress, a mandate he dared not disregard.

"to give into one's hand," probably from manus "hand" (see manual) dare "to give" (see date (1)).

The mandate of persecution can never drive away that dead shepherd.

He cannot stay me in my career, armed as I am with mandate from Nero.

A judicial command, order, or precept, written or oral, from a court; a direction that a court has the authority to give and an individual is bound to obey. Chancellor Kent defines it to be when one undertakes, without recompense, to do some act for the other in respect to the thing bailed.

A mandate might be issued upon the decision of an appeal, which directs that a particular action be taken, or upon a disposition made of a case by an inferior tribunal.

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