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date: 21 May 2024

Pretium doloris  prā´tē-ūm dōlō´rēs .  pre´šum-  or prē´šum dulō´ris. n. 

Source:
Guide to Latin in International Law
Author(s):

Aaron X. Fellmeth,

Maurice Horwitz

“Price of pain.”Intangible or “moral” damage caused by a wrongful act, such as mental anguish. E.g., “Hungary…referred to reparation of the damage to the fauna, the flora, the soil, the sub-soil, the groundwater and the aquifer, the damages suffered by the Hungarian population on account of the increase in the uncertainties weighing on its future (... ...

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