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Latin. Civil or legal rights, obligations, or laws, may be abrogated for a civil or legal reason, but never natural ones. The common law does not impose upon a father the duty of educating his child, nor upon a brother the duty of supporting a brother or sister, but that does not make them, less binding moral and natural obligations on them respectively.

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