Suit For Specific Performance
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Suit For Specific Performance: If a seller breaches a real estate contract, the buyer may sue for specific performance. The buyer asks the court to force the seller to go through with the sale and convey the property as p . . . View Full Definition
Objective Form: A form of pronouns used as the objects of prepositions and verbs. Examples include the pronouns him, her, and them. Modern English uses a single objective form to mark what originally had be . . . View Full Definition
Oblique Form: The various forms or cases of any word in a declined language except the nominative form or nominative case. The term 'oblique' to describe this comes from medieval grammar exercises, where . . . View Full Definition
Oil Reinforcement: Is a method of altering the tonal range of prints on matte or textured fiber papers. The dried print is rubbed with a medium consisting of two parts of turpentine to one of mastic varnish an . . . View Full Definition
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Fragrance: The sensation of the gases released from ground coffee as they are inhaled through the nose. Ranges from sweetly floral to sweetly spicy.