Horning

Horn"ing

, n. Appearance of the moon when increasing, or in the form of a crescent. J. Gregory.
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Letters of horning (Scots Law), the process or authority by which a person, directed by the decree of a court of justice to pay or perform anything, is ordered to comply therewith. Mozley & W.
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