Verb: To come forth; to come out. To put forth, as to issue corporate securities. Noun: That which is issued at a particular time, as a bond issue. An increment, product, profit, or crop arising from real estate. 33 Am J1st Life Est § 313. All the copies of a newspaper or magazine issued at one time. An essential of the proper disposition of a case in court; a single, certain, and material point or question arising out of the pleadings of the parties, being either of law or of fact. 41 Am J1st Pl § 362. All the persons who may occupy the position of a descendant of one ancestor, Re Farmers' Loan & Trust Co. 213 NY 168, 107 NE 340, 2 ALR 910; embracing all future descendants. 57 Am J1st Wills §§ 1377-1384. Including, when used in a deed, descendants of every degree in the absence of an explanatory context to the contrary. 23 Am J2d Deeds § 216. Under a power to appoint to "issue:" –not limited to children but including descendants in any degree, unless an intent to limit to children is apparent. 41 Am J1st Pow § 58. But sometimes construed, when it appears in a will, as meaning "children" and not including grandchildren. Watterson v Thompson, 404 Ill 515, 89 NE2d 381, 14 ALR2d 1239. Prima facie a word of limitation equivalent to "heirs of the body." 57 Am J1st Wills §§ 1377-1384. A word of limitation creating an estate tail. 28 Am J2d Est § 51. But not a technical word either of limitation or of purchase, readily yielding to construction in this respect in accordance with the intention of the testator or grantor. 28 Am J2d Est § 120. Construed as a word of purchase in a will where the context of the instrument demands such construction. 28 Am J2d Est § 43. A word of limitation or of purchase in a will depending upon a sound construction of the instrument. 57 Am J1st Wills §§ 1377 et seq. Appearing in a deed ordinarily as a word of limitation, but as a word of purchase if the grantee has issue living at the time of the deed or if the context of the deed shows that the word is not used in a technical sense but refers specifically to children. Anno: 114 ALR 619.

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