De die in diem

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Definition of De die in diem
The English Definition of this Latin legal phrase is as follows:

 "From day to day"

The basic meaning and definition of the Latin legal term "De die in diem" is most commonly used in reference to a type of labor or work in which the employee is paid fully at the completion of each day's work.


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Interesting Info about De die in diem
Lawyers or solicitors might use Latin legal terms such as "De die in diem" in their consultations. The word Latin word 'Diem' translates to "day" and is used in several famous Latin expressions and phrases:

Per diem means "per day"
Carpe diem means "seize the day"

De die in diem, meaning "from day to day" was the expression used to refer to an action that occured from day in reference to a continuing right of action as might occur in cases of trespass.

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Sentences & Quotes about "De die in diem"
Legal terms like "De die in diem" are used in courts by lawyers, attorneys and  judges and also feature in famous quotes demonstrating how to use "De die in diem" in a sentence.

"The great reason why sinners defer their repentance de die in diem - from day to day, is because they think God thus defers his judgments, and there is no song wherewith they so effectually sing themselves asleep as that, My Lord delays his coming; and therefore God, by his prophets, frequently represents to Israel the day of his wrath not only as just and certain, but as very near and hastening on apace; so he does in these verses. "

Biblical quote: Amos 8:1

 

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