Bocardo


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Bocardo

a mnemonic word to represent a syllogistic argument in the third figure, in which there is one particular negative and one universal affirmative premise and a particular negative conclusion.
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(95) See Star Energy Weald Basin Limited v Bocardo SA, [2010] UKSC 35 at para 27, [2011] 1 AC 380.
Forrest tells the tale of a woman who threw "[a] lumpe Of mundys" at Friar Nicholas de Burgo, one of the king's advocates, "whiche myste of his noddle / the more pytie." "I sawe it trulye," Forrest avows, before going on to note that thirty women were imprisoned in "Buckerdo" (Bocardo) prison in retaliation.
(16.) Coloma del Peso A, Bocardo Fajardo G, Teba del Pino F, et al.
These deductions are all particular, whether affirmative (see Darapti, Disamis, and Datisi) or privative (see Felapton, Ferison, and Bocardo).