Injoin

In`join´


v. t.1.See Enjoin.
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should allow or injoin us to commit an offence against the divine
WILLIAM MACDONALD, DOCUMENTARY SOURCE BOOK OF AMERICAN HISTORY 1606-1898, at 108 (1908) ("THEREFORE we strictly Injoin & Command you .
See also 1 BLACKSTONE, supra note 215, at *42-43 (explaining that if a human law "should allow or injoin us to commit [murder] .
Worldwide Computer Products News-16 March 2001-Critical Path launches InJoin Meta-Directory 3.
The California-based Internet messaging infrastructure provider Critical Path Inc has unveiled InJoin Directory Server v3.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-29 January 2001-Critical Path releases new version of InJoin Directory Server (C)1994-2001 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
15; as well may he loos'n that which God hath strait'nd, or strait'n that which God hath loos'nd, as he may injoin those things in religion which God hath left free, and lay on that yoke which God hath taken off.
Worldwide Computer Products News-29 January 2001-Critical Path releases new version of InJoin Directory Server (C)1995-2001 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.