acquitment

Related to acquitment: Dryth

acquitment

(əˈkwɪtmənt)
n
(Law) a verdict of not guilty; an acquittal
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acquitment

- The series of moves that a magician makes to convince the audience that his/her hands are empty.
See also related terms for moves.
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