Pro Hoc Vice,
Definition of Pro Hoc Vice:
Pro Hoc Vice means, Latin: Only once a New York lawyer who does not have a license to practice in Texas can be accepted as a professional representative in a Texas court.
Literal Meanings of Pro Hoc Vice
Meanings of Pro:
A professional, especially in sports.
(Person or event) in a professional manner.
An argument for benefit or something.
For the benefit of
Head of Public Relations.
General Archives Office.
Sentences of Pro
Advantages and disadvantages of joint ownership
You support the virtue of individuality
Synonyms of Pro
pro, paid player, on the side of, sympathetic to, extra, all for, approving, bonus, non-amateur, giving support to, right behind, attractive feature, giving backing to, fringe benefit, dividend, plus point, attraction, perk, beauty, added extra
Meanings of Vice:
Immoral or miserly behavior.
Criminal activity related to prostitution, pornography or drugs.
Personal characteristics Immoral or bad.
Weakness of character or behavior, bad habits.
As an alternative
Sentences of Vice
Machiavelli combines the innermost feelings and desires of human nature, sometimes with intoxication, corruption and immorality, contempt, distortion and dishonesty.
Once upon a time, a rare divorce began like a rocket, and as this source of immorality and crime spread to the Western world, moviegoers jumped on the train.
Crime, crime and violence continued to rise until Boo moved to a higher category, and the exhibition closed forever in 1820.
Racial attitudes are in line with the rise in attitudes towards ethics and crime, which demand the same segregation that will soon require ethnic segregation.
In the novel Pattons, alcohol, the basis of fuels, gives rise to crime, crime and violence.
We will often use this order to deal with crime and related crimes.
The place was full of men and women, many of them had signs of evil on their faces, some of them were drunk.
Laziness is the greatest curse that can harm human beings as long as evil and evil continue.
He said that Multhish tried to bring his daughter into the world of the same crime and crime.
These rural children help their parents in sustainable agriculture, while surrendering to small street vendors in the desert slums.
Synonyms of Vice
blemish, defect, infirmity, deficiency, wickedness, limitation, iniquity, villainy, corruption, flaw, failing, misconduct, wrong, weakness, venality, evil, foible, corruptness, fault, badness, evil-doing