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Actiones compositae sunt, quibus inter se homines disceptarent; quas actiones ne populus prout vellet institueret, certas solennesque esse volueruut.

Latin. Actions are so prepared (or adjusted) in which men litigate with each other, that they are made definite and established (or customary) lest the people proceed as each may think proper (in his own case). 

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