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grith

 (grĭth)
n.
Protection or sanctuary provided by Old English law to persons in certain circumstances, as when in a church or traveling on the king's highway.

[Middle English, from Old English, from Old Norse gridh, domicile, asylum.]

grith

(ɡrɪθ)
n
1. (Law) English legal history security, peace, or protection, guaranteed either in a certain place, such as a church, or for a period of time
2. (Law) a place of safety or protection
[Old English grith; related to Old Norse grith home]

grith

(grɪθ)

n.
(in medieval England) protection or asylum for a limited period of time, as under church or crown.
[before 1000; Middle English, Old English < Old Norse grith asylum, protection (as in a home)]
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The lemma is clearly true since, for every given grith g, U = [U.sup.[DELTA]-2,0,...,0.sub.n,g,[DELTA],0] is the unique graph that satisfies the postulated conditions.
In reply to the wife's lament over the death of their friends, one daughter callously praises God for exclusively protecting their own family: "Nowe thanke we God al goode / That vs has grauntid grith" (9.153-54).
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