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Ulpian

[uhl-pee-uh n]
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noun
  1. Domitius Ulpianus, died a.d. 288?, Roman jurist.
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  • And therefore Ulpian says, that the public have a property in sacred things.

    The Rights of War and Peace

    Hugo Grotius

  • The Ulpian libraries are said to have been transferred to these baths from the Forum Trajani.

    Old Rome

    Robert Burn

  • I think, if I may say so—but we shall see when the papers are set—'Ulpian serves your need.'

    Stalky & Co.

    Rudyard Kipling

  • So here, my friend Ulpian, you have plenty of authority for your .

  • And when Ulpian said again, But what, my friends, is meant by cooks' instruments?


British Dictionary definitions for ulpian

Ulpian

noun
  1. Latin name Domitius Ulpianus. died ?228 ad, Roman jurist, born in Phoenicia
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