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jus

(dʒʌs)
n, pl jura (ˈdʒʊərə)
1. (Law) a right, power, or authority
2. (Law) law in the abstract or as a system, as distinguished from specific enactments
[Latin: law]

jus

(ʒuː; French ʒy)
n
(Cookery) a sauce
[French: literally, juice]

jus

(dʒʌs, yus)

n., pl. ju•ra (ˈdʒʊər ə, ˈyʊər ə)
1. a legal right.
2. law as a system or in the abstract.
[< Latin jūs law, right]

jus

The French term for the juice from roasting meat.
References in classic literature ?
Their manner was to grant naturalization (which they called jus civitatis), and to grant it in the highest degree; that is, not only jus commercii, jus connubii, jus haereditatis; but also jus suffragii, and jus honorum.
This word is composed of JUS and DICTIO, juris dictio or a speaking and pronouncing of the law.
Jus cogens, latin meaning of which is Compelling law" that must be followed by all countries,2 is a peremptory rule of International Law which overrides any rule or agreement that is in conflict with it.
DAMSON JUS ml good quality 0ml red wine/the partridge one the damsons.
Une autre formule : employer le jus de concombre melange au jus de citron afin d'obtenir une couleur de la peau plus claire.
The tendency is therefore to evaluate forces short of war through the lens of jus ad bellum.
law and private international law (also known as jus gentium privatum).
To cook sauce remove fat from frying pan, add lamb jus, bring to boil, reduce, season, skin and strain.
A deep tension exists between sovereign immunity and the contemporary jus cogens doctrine.
Written by Jus Riddick, Robert Filios, Joe Regelbrugge, Matt Chester