Latin: Always ready. The name of a plea by which the defendant alleges thai he has always been ready to perform what is demanded of him. 3 Bl. Comm. 303. Semper prsesumitur pro legitimatione puerorum. The presumption always is in favor of the legitimacy of children. 5 Coke, 986; Co. Litt 126a. Semper prsesumitur pro matrimonio. The presumption is always in favor of the validity of a marriage. Semper prsesumitur pro negante. The presumption is always in favor of the one who denies. See 10 Clark & F. 534; 3 Bl. & Bl. 723. Semper prsesumitur pro sententia. The presumption always is in favor of a sentence. 3 Bulst 42; Branch, Princ. Semper qui non prohibet pro se inter venire, mandare creditur. He who does not prohibit the intervention of another in his behalf is supposed to authorize it 2 Kent, Comm. 616; Dig. 14, 6, 16; Id. 46, S, 12, 4. Semper sexus masoulinus etiam femi ninum sexum continet. The masculine sex always includes the feminine. Dig. 32, 62. Semper specialia generalibus insunt. Specials are always included in generals. Dig. 50, 17, 147.