One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Also more fully "writ of procedendo". A writ authorizing or requiring a subordinate court to resume the hearing of a case after it has been suspended, either when the suspension was wrongful (or the reasons for it have ceased to obtain), or when the proceedings had been removed to a superior court but the case has been remanded by that court to the original court.
Late Middle English. From classical Latin prōcēdendō, ablative of prōcēdendum, gerund of prōcēdere, after post-classical Latin de procedendo of proceeding.
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