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acceleration clausecondition in loan agreement
clausegroup of words, paragraph, section (in a document); part of a sentence which contains a subject and predicate (Grammar), section of legal document
conscience clauseexemption clause for matters of conscience
coordinate clauseclause of equal importance, see also:main clause, subordinate clause
dependent clausesubordinate clause
descriptive clausenonrestrictive clause
disability clauseinsurance guarantee
escalator; escalator clauseclause relating values
escape clauselegal way out of contract
FortuneRobert Fortune (1813-1880), British botanist
fortune cookieChinese cookie containing message
fortune hunterseeker of wealth
fortune-tellersomebody who claims to foretell future
grandfather clauseexempting clause, voting rights clause
independent clauseclause that can be sentence
nonrestrictive clausedescriptive clause, parenthetical relative clause
relative clausequalifying clause
soldier of fortunesoldier fighting for money or adventure
subordinate clauseclause dependent on a main clause, dependent clause
wheel of fortunewheel spun by fate
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