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Doctor of Canon Law.
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Origin of J.C.D.1
From New Latin Jūris Canonicī Doctor
Definition for J.C.D. (2 of 2)
Doctor of Civil Law.
Origin of J.C.D.2
From Latin Jūris Civilis Doctor
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British Dictionary definitions for J.C.D.
Doctor of Canon Law
Doctor of Civil Law
Word Origin for JCD
(sense 1) Latin Juris Canonici Doctor (sense 2) Latin Juris Civilis Doctor
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