per curiam[pər kyo̵or′ē am′]
per curiam definition by Webster's New World
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Law by the court: said of a judicial opinion presented as that of the entire court rather than that of any one judge
Origin: Classical Latin
per curiam - Legal Definition
By the court. See opinion.