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ex•e•qua•tur



Pronunciation: (ek"si-kwā'tur, -kwot'ur), [key]
n.
1. a written recognition of a consul by the government of the state in which he or she is stationed giving authorization to exercise appropriate powers.
2. an authorization granted by a secular ruler for the publication of papal bulls or other ecclesiastical enactments to give them binding force.

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