postnati


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postnati

(pəʊstˈneɪtɪ)
pl n
(Historical Terms) those born after a particular event, esp in Scotland after the union with England or in the US after the Declaration of Independence
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Coke, Calvin's Case, or the Case of the Postnati, in 1 The Selected Writings and Speeches of Sir Edward Coke, supra note 145, at 166,195.
The authoritative use of time to make a legal distinction between antenati and postnati is hardly unique to the early modern or the Anglo-American context.
7 EDWARD COKE, Calvin's Case, or the Case of the Postnati, in REPORTS (1608), as reprinted in 1 COKE, SELECTED WRITINGS, supra note 35, at 166 (asserting that "the Law of Nature is part of the Law of England").
1 SIR EDWARD COKE, Part Seven of the Reports: Calvin's Case, or the Case of the Postnati, in THE SELECTED WRITINGS AND SPEECHES OF SIR EDWARD COKE 175-76 (Steve Sheppard ed.