macer

Latin, meaning: thin, lean.
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Macer

Ma'cer noun [ French massier . See Mace staff.] A mace bearer; an officer of a court. P. Plowman.
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Macer

• (n.) A mace bearer; an officer of a court.
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Macer

Macer is British slang for a swindler.
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Macer

Macer is British slang for a swindler.
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Macer

Macer: see under Licinius, Roman gens.
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Macer

A person in the High Court who helps the judge and looks after people in court, for example, calling each witness into the courtroom and showing witnesses pieces of evidence. Also known as a court officer.
Found on http://www.crownoffice.gov.uk/glossary-of-legal-terms
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