POSSE (BE ABLE)

быть способным; обладать потенциально, противопоставляется «иметь актуально».


Латинский словарь средневековых философских терминов. . 1998.

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  • posse — [ pɒsi] noun 1》 N. Amer. historical a body of men summoned by a sheriff to enforce the law. 2》 (also posse comitatus ˌkɒmɪ teɪtəs) Brit. historical the body of men above the age of fifteen in a county, whom the sheriff could summon to repress a… …   English new terms dictionary

  • posse — n. 1 a strong force or company or assemblage. 2 (in full posse comitatus) a a body of constables, law enforcers, etc. b esp. US a body of men summoned by a sheriff etc. to enforce the law. Etymology: med.L, = power f. L posse be able: comitatus …   Useful english dictionary

  • posse comitatus — the power of the county . The sheriff was able to call together able bodied men to keep the peace. The institution transplanted to the USA, thence into ordinary parlance: round up a posse . Collins dictionary of law. W. J. Stewart. 2001. posse… …   Law dictionary

  • Able Danger — was a classified military planning effort under the command of the U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM). It was created as a result of a directive from the Joint Chiefs of Staff in early October 1999 by the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of… …   Wikipedia

  • Able Danger — war ein Militärprogramm des United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM), das der Geheimhaltung unterlag. Es entstand auf Anordnung der Joint Chiefs of Staff im Oktober 1999, ausgehend vom Chairman of the Join Chiefs of Staff Henry H. Shelton …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Posse comitatus (common law) — Posse comitatus refers to the common law authority wielded by the county sheriff to conscript any able bodied male eighteen or older to assist him in keeping the peace or to pursue and arrest a felon; compare hue and cry . It is the law… …   Wikipedia

  • Posse comitatus — may refer to: Posse comitatus (common law), the authority of a law officer to conscript any able bodied males to assist him Posse Comitatus (organization), a loosely organized far right social movement that opposes the United States federal… …   Wikipedia

  • Posse comitatus — Pos se com i*ta tus [L. posse to be able, to have power + LL. comitatus a county, from comes, comitis, a count. See {County}, and {Power}.] [1913 Webster] 1. (Law) The power of the county, or the citizens who may be summoned by the sheriff to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • posse — 1640s (in Anglo Latin from early 14c.), shortening of posse comitatus the force of the county (1620s, in Anglo Latin from late 13c.), from M.L. posse body of men, power, from L. posse have power, be able + comitatus of the county, genitive of… …   Etymology dictionary

  • posse — [käm΄ə tāt′əspäs′ē] n. [ML, short for posse comitatus, power of the county < L posse, to be able (see POTENT) + comitatus, county < comes, a COUNT2] 1. Historical a) the body of men required, upon being summoned, to assist the sheriff in… …   English World dictionary

  • posse — ► NOUN 1) N. Amer. historical a body of men summoned by a sheriff to enforce the law. 2) (also posse comitatus) Brit. historical the men of a county forming a body whom the sheriff could summon to repress a riot or for other purposes. [ORIGIN:… …   English terms dictionary

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