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συμβόλαιον), Synallagma (συνάλλαγμα) and Synthēké (συνθήκη). Words all denoting a contract, but with different ideas attached to each. The first denotes bargains between private persons; the second denotes any matter arranged between two individuals, whether it is a contract or not; the third means a solemn and important engagement, such as treaties and agreements between kings and States.

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