Noun(1) a reply by a Pope to an inquiry concerning a point of law or morality(2) a legally binding command or decision entered on the court record (as if issued by a court or judge(3) the act of rewriting something(4) something that has been written again
(1) the tsar published a rescript which brought the government's reformist intentions into the public domain(2) But the most practically important direction in the Emperor's rescript referred to the anonymous informations. All proceedings founded on them were to be annulled.(3) Ed's been a great collaborator, too - he let me rescript one or two things quite freely.(4) Two Japanese Imperial Army generals foiled an attempted coup instigated by a dozen officers to block the broadcasting of Emperor Hirohito's surrender rescript at the end of World War II.(5) Without Pliny's letter, we would have misunderstood the meaning of Trajan's reply to it. Yet, Hadrian's rescript makes two essential points clear.(6) I wish we could rescript the last two days(7) Honorius' rescript (written answer) told the Britons to undertake their own defence, which as we have seen they did with success.(8) The Emperor's reply, called a rescript , had the full force of law and was preserved also in the archives of the province.(9) But if Friel set out as well to rescript the role of Cathleen Ni Houlihan in the way I am maintaining, the title role necessitated being written for a woman, in particular a woman who is also the daughter of an Irishman, the wife of an Irishman, and the patient of a male Irish doctor.(10) ‘If the broadcast of the surrender rescript had not been implemented, the Japanese military's fighting spirit would have been maintained, leading its armed forces to continue fighting on many battlefields,’ he said.(11) It has already been explained that the Papal rescript condemning the plan of campaign and the practice of boycotting is not an utterance ex cathedra.(12) this move forced Forsyth to rescript the scene(13) At the Aug.14 supreme council meeting, the emperor asked the councilors to prepare the capitulation rescript , saying, ‘If we continue the war, Japan will be altogether annihilated.’(14) I wish we could rescript the last two days(15) In October [Agnesi] received a papal rescript confirming her appointment.(16) At noon, the recording of the rescript was broadcast, and the nation heard the emperor's voice announcing Japan's final capitulation.
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