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First published 1951 (DOST Vol. II).
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Executrice, n. [ME. (Chaucer).] = Executrix,n. 1480 Acta Conc. 55/1.
The said Issabell … sall hald the said Robert … scathles anent ony vther executrices of hir moder
1498 Ib. II. 158.
Ysabell Uchtre, the dochter, aire, and executrice of umquhile Jhone Uchtre
1540 Ib. (MS.) XII. 99 b.
Gudis … quhilkis … suld pertene to hir as his executrice
1583 St. A. Test. II. 8.
He … nominated the said Mawes his onlie executrice and intromissatrix

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