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What was the Corpus Hippocraticum?

The Corpus Hippocraticum is the Latin for the Hippocratic Collection, or Hippocratic Canon also known as The Hippocratic Corpus, it is a collection of around seventy early med (MORE)

What is a jury?

A Jury is a group of randomly picked citizens of a country brought together by a court of law in that country to sit and hear the evidence presented in a legal (usually but no (MORE)

What is corpus hemoragicum?

After a Preovulatory (or Graafian) Follice releases its oocyte, it is immediately filled with blood. After release of the oocyte it is now technically a Corpus Luteum, but fo (MORE)

What does a jury do?

They listen to the evidence given by both the prosecution and the defensive side, and then vote for if the witness is guilty or not They listen to the defensive side and the p (MORE)

Who can be on a jury?

  For federal courts, anyone who is:   18 or older   a U.S. citizen   a registered voter   not a convicted felon   Note: each state has its own set of laws (MORE)

What is Habis Corpus?

Habeas Corpus is Latin and literally means that you have the body.  It is a court order used to require that a person who has been  arrested be brought in front of a judge w (MORE)

What is the answer to 20c plus 5 equals 5c plus 65?

20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4
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How did the twelve tables and Corpus Juries Civil is affect the ancient Romans?

The Law of the Twelve Tables improved the lives of ordinary Romans.  The Roman plebeians demanded the compilation of a set of written  and published laws so that there would (MORE)

What idea from corpus juris civilis book 1 would eventually influence western legal systems explain your answer?

You question is quite vague because there was not such a thing as a  book 1 of the Corpus Juris Civilis. The Corpus Juris Civilis came  in four parts and each part had sever (MORE)