See also:term signifying the engagement given by a prisoner of war that if released he will not again take up arms against his captors during the term of the engagement or the war, unless previously relieved of the
See also:obligation by
See also:exchange . " Parole " is also used in the same sense as " word " to imply a watchword or password . The French word, formed from the
See also:Lat. paraula,
See also:parabola, Gr. lrapaf3oXit,
See also:story, parable, was also adopted into
See also:English as " parol," i.e. verbal, oral, by word of mouth, now only used in the legal term " parol evidence," i.e. oral as opposed to documentary evidence .
PARODY (Gr. s-apybia, literally a song sung beside,...
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