Excussion

Ex*cus"sion

(?), n. [L. excussio a shaking down; LL., a threshing of corn: cf. F. excussion.] The act of excusing; seizure by law. [Obs.] Ayliffe.
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Ex"e*at

(?), n. [L., let him go forth.] 1. A license for absence from a college or a religious house. [Eng.] Shipley.
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2. A permission which a bishop grants to a priest to go out of his diocese. Wharton.
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