bannimus definition

  • noun:
    • a kind of expulsion of every individual from the University of Oxford, by placing the proctorial edict up in certain community spot, as a denunciation or promulgation from it. In addition served to avoid the individual from saying the cause of expulsion.
    • just like bannition.
    • a kind of expulsion of every person through the University of Oxford, by placing the proctorial edict up in certain public location, as a denunciation or promulgation of it. In addition served to stop the individual from claiming the cause of expulsion.
    • Same as bannition.

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