Discharge or settlement of a debt or obligation.

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penemp* unb rel abl ac 1. To relieve pain, comfort.
2. To acquit.

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* Acquittal Discharge or settlement of a debt or obligation.
* Condemnation Unfavorable judgment; judgment against; imposition of a debt or obligation.
juroek* Court Facility of law.
juront* Illegality Contradiction with the law.
jurodik* Judge Administrator of justice.
* Juror Member of a jury.
* Jury Group of persons sworn to render a verdict or true answer on a question or questions officially submitted to them.
jurew* Lawlessness Absence of law.
lit* Lawsuit Case in a court of law involving a claim or complaint by one party against another.
juroq* Lawyer Agent whose profession is to represent clients in a court of law or to advise or act for clients in other legal matters.
jural* Legality Conformity with the law.
litos* Litigant Party to a lawsuit.
mulk* Penalty Punishment imposed or incurred for a violation of law or rule.
* Punishment Administration of justice.
* Reward
* Tribunal Court of justice.

Notes

Acquittal

[Antonyms: Condemnation.]
Acquittal, acquitment; clearance, exculpation; acquittance, clearance, exoneration; discharge (release); quietus, absolution, compurgation, reprieve, respite; pardon (forgiveness).
[Exemption from punishment] Impunity.

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oq* Executive: To use/wield xxx.
or* Generative: To produce xxx.

os* Essive of having.
od* Dative agent: To give xxx (to).
end* Dative patient: To receive xxx (from).

ew* Abessive.
emp* Ablative agent: To take xxx (from).
olv* Ablative patient: To lose xxx (to/by).

aq* Means.
m* Result.

tr* Domain/scope.
ordj* Origin.
epj* Destination.