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"With prejudice" is a judicial phrase meaning "having been decided." The effect of dismissing an action "with prejudice" is to render final judgment such that the matter may not be brought before that court again. This does not prevent an appeal or a trial de novo if ordered by a higher court.

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... churches The Reformed churches are Protestant denominations historically related to one another by a similar Calvinist system of doctrine. Each of the ...

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