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Year Books
A term sometimes applied to compilations of court opinions recorded, bound, and published annually during the reign of English monarchs from Edward I to Henry VIII. The modern term is "reporters", which term is used to describe sets of books containing compilations of court opinions in the United States by region, e.g., Southern Reporter, a set of several volumes listing appellate and supreme court decisions in the southeastern states, etc.

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