The monk was claiming all the estate of this cockney, and claiming it jure divino.
And when all this is jure divino, why should any say, that no form of government is jure divino?
Before that period, the jurors were not called or considered az equals; but they were thanes, jure consulti, lahmen and clergymen.
The jure Divino is defective in arrangement and versification.
Bono jure, ait, fructus ille ad Gulielmum redeat, ut qui plurimum in opere illo sudarit.
Burke's pun on 'the divine right of kings and toastmasters,'—the jure de-vino—perhaps stands at the head of its class.
But, secondly, it is said that slavery may begin "jure civili;" when one man sells himself to another.
Justice is derived from two Latin words (in jure stare), meaning: to keep oneself in the right.
The respicere finem of the unlettered appears oftentimes to be jure divino.
Omnis definitio in jure periculosa, says an old maxim, which is certainly true in matters of art.