Peculiar Signification of Terms

The terms of a writing are presumed to have been used in their primary and general acceptation, but evidence is admissible to show that they have been a local, technical, or otherwise peculiar signification, and were so used and understood in the particular instance, in which case the agreement must be construed accordingly.

When there is inconsistency between written words and printed words, the former controls over the latter. (Rule 130, Sec.14)