Käännettävä sana (suomeksi tai englanniksi):
- (lb, en, legal, historical) The offence in English law of bringing suit in or obeying a foreign (especially papal) court or authority, thus challenging the supremacy of the Crown. The offence was created by the (w, Statute of Praemunire) 1393 (16 w:Richard II of England, Richard II, chapter 5), and abolished by the (w, Criminal Law Act 1967) (chapter 58).
- (lb, en, in extended use) Any of a number of criminal offences unrelated to the original offence of praemunire.
- * (quote-book, title=The Supplement to the Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge: Habenaria–Zingiber, location=London, publisher=w:Charles Knight (publisher), Charles Knight, year=1846, volume=II, page=163, pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=nJBGAQAAIAAJ&pg=PA163, oclc=3597254, passage=[T]he term ‘'''Præmunire'''’ (...) has subsequently, to use the language of Mr. Serjeant w:William Hawkins (serjeant-at-law), Hawkins (''w:Hawkins' Treatise of Pleas of the Crown, Pleas of the Crown'', b. 1, c. 19), ‘been applied to other heinous crimes, for the most part having relation to the offences originally coming under the notion of præmunire, but in some instances not at all.’ The Habeas Corpus Act (31 Car. II c. 12) [''sic'': the (w, Habeas Corpus Act 1679) (31 Car. II, chapter 2)] contains an instance of the latter mode of application. By the 12th [''sic'': 11th] section of that act it is made a '''Præmunire''' to send any inhabitant of England, Wales, or the town of Berwick-upon-Tweed, a prisoner beyond the seas in defiance of its provisions to the contrary.)
- * (quote-book, author=Francis Bacon, authorlink=Francis Bacon, editor=(w, James Spedding), title=The Letters and the Life of Francis Bacon including all his Occasional Works: Namely Letters, Speeches, Tracts, State Papers, Memorials, Devices and all Authentic Writings not already Printed among his Philosophical, Literary, or Professional Works: Newly Collected and Set Forth in Chronological Order with a Commentary Biographical and Historical, location=London, publisher=w:Longman, Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer, year=1869, volume=V, page=385, pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=wb0YAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA385, oclc=633982577, passage=The King's Decree touching the granting of '''Præmunires''' against any for sueing in Chancery after a Judgment at Common Law.)
- (lb, en, figurative) crime, Crime, offence, wrongdoing.
- * (quote-book, author=Thomas Nashe, authorlink=Thomas Nashe, title=Christ’s Tears over Jerusalem, year=1593, editor2=(w, Stanley Wells), title2=Thomas Nashe: Pierce Penniless his Supplication to the Devil, Summer’s Last Will and Testament, the Terrors of the Night, the Unfortunate Traveller, and Selected Writings, series2=Stratford-upon-Avon Library, seriesvolume2=1, location2=London, publisher2=w:Edward Arnold (publisher), Edward Arnold (Publishers) Ltd., year2=1964, oclc2=638719383, passage=O Pride, of all heaven-relapsing '''''praemunires''''' the most fearful – thou that ere this had disparadised our first parent, Adam, and unrighteoused the very angels –, how shall I arm mine elocution to break through the ranks of thy hilly stumbling blocks?)
- * (quote-book, author=Richard Brome, authorlink=Richard Brome, title=(w, The Antipodes), year=c. 1640, section=Act I, scene i, lines=65–70, newversion=published in, editor=Anthony Parr, title2=Three Renaissance Travel Plays, location2=Manchester, publisher2=(w, Manchester University Press), year2=1995, isbn2=978-0-7190-3746-7, page=225, passage=Then, sir, of officers and men of place, / Whose senses were so numbed they understood not Bribes from due fees, and fell on '''praemunires''', / He has cured divers that can now distinguish / And know both when and how to take of both, / And grow most safely rich by't.)
- The writ charge, charging a person with this offence, the writ of praemunire facias.
- The penalty for this offence.
- (lb, en, figurative) Penalty, punishment.
- * (quote-book, author=William Guthrie, authorlink=William Guthrie (Puritan), title=An Historical Account of the Lives and Characters of Mr. William Guthrie, &c. &c. With w:Archibald Johnston, Lord Warriston's Speech before the Assembly at Westminster. Also an Account of the w:Battle of Bothwell Bridge, Battle of Bothwell-Bridge [by William Wilson], location=Kilmarnock, publisher=Printed by H. & S. Crawford, for Joseph Graham, & Co., year=1809, page=64, pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=BjVfAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA64, oclc=315352274, passage=Sir, this should teach us to be as tender, zealous and careful to assert Christ and his church, their privileges and rights, and to forewarn all lest they endanger their souls by encroaching thereon, and lest their omissions and remissness bring eternal '''premunires''' upon them, let all know that the spirit of your Master is upon you (...))
- (lb, en, law, historical) To charge with the offence of praemunire; to subject to the penalty, penalties of praemunire.