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Is this an English term if so pease add a source to a verifiable source if it is not an English term then it should be made clear in the article, see List of legal Latin terms for examples --Philip Baird Shearer 10:57, 10 February 2007 (UTC)
- It's not a legal term as such, in the same way "welfare recipients" is not a legal term in English. Obtaining a verifiable source should not be too difficult. The term is recorded in various older encyclopaedias for instance. I'll add an example citation to article. Donama (talk) 22:38, 11 January 2011 (UTC)
verification for citation needed
The lack of a permanent demobilization process run by the government in Marius' military reform would help facilitate the demise of the Roman Republic.
Plutarch. "Fall of the Roman Republic." Translated with Introduction and Notes by Rex Warner, Revised with translations of Comparisons and a Preface by Robin Seager, with Series Preface by Christopher Pelling. Penguin Classics, 2005. page 4. ISBN 0-140-44934-5 Tnlaw415 (talk) 03:02, 25 June 2011 (UTC) Logan Williams, June 24th, 2011