To back a warrant

Definition of To back a warrant

(Law) is for a justice of the peace, in the county where the warrant is to be executed, to sign or indorse a warrant, issued in another county, to apprehend an offender.

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To all intents and purposes
To allow of
To amend a bill
To and again
To and fro
To applaud to the echo
To appoint one's self
To arm a magnet
To arm the lead
To arms
To array a panel
To arrive at
To assert one's self
To assign dower
To assume the calotte
To assure upon
To authorize one's self
To avail one's self of
To avise one's self
To back a rope
-To back a warrant-
To back an anchor
To back and fill
To back out
To back the field
To back the oars
To back the sails
To back up
To back water
To bagpipe the mizzen
To bake astern
To bank a fire
To bargain away
To bate an ace
To batten down
To batten down the hatches
To be
To be a tiptoe
To be abroad
To be acknown
To be acquainted with
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