Multifariousness

• (n.) The fault of improperly uniting in one bill distinct and independent matters, and thereby confounding them. • (n.) Multiplied diversity.
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Multifariousness

Mul`ti·fa'ri·ous·ness noun 1. Multiplied diversity. 2. (Law) The fault of improperly uniting in one bill distinct and independent matters, and thereby confounding them. Burrill.
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Multifariousness

By multifariousness in a bill, is understood the improperly joining in one bill distinct matters, and thereby confounding them; as, for example, the uniting in one bill, several matters, perfectly distinct and unconnected, against one defendant; or the demand of several matters of distinct natures, against several defendants in the same bill.In ord...
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