Court

a group of people with the power to hear trials and decide on matters of law - also, the place where they meet to do this

Court

Court is a soldier in King Henry V.
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COURT

An official, public forum which a public power establishes by lawful authority to adjudicate disputes, and to dispense civil, labour, administrative and criminal justice under the law.
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Court

Court or courtings are yards, partally or totally covered to overwinter livestock in.
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court

Body that hears legal actions and the building where this occurs. Particular kinds of law court include the ...
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Court

Until modern times royal courts were a major focus of artistic patronage. Monarchs employed their own artists giving them titles such as King's Painter, but they are generally referred to as court painters. They could be among the most famous artists of the day: in Britain Henry VIII imported Holbein, and Charles I appointed Van Dyck 'Principalle P...
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Court

Body with judicial powers (see also Courtroom)
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Court

Court (kōrt) noun [ Old French court , curt , cort , French cour , Late Latin cortis , from Latin cohors , cors , chors , gen. cohortis , cortis , chortis , an inclosure, court, thing inclosed, crowd, throng; ...
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Court

Court transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Courted ; present participle & verbal noun Courting .] 1. To endeavor to gain the favor of by attention or flattery; to try to ingratiate one's self with. « By one person, ...
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Court

Court intransitive verb 1. To play the lover; to woo; as, to go courting .
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Court

Court noun -- Court of claims (Law) , a court for settling claims against a state or government; specif., a court of the United States, created by act of Congress, and holding its sessions at Washington. It is given jurisdiction over claims on contracts against the government, and some...
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court

tribunal noun an assembly (including one or more judges) to conduct judicial business
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court

noun a room in which a lawcourt sits; `television cameras were admitted in the courtroom`
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Court

• (v. t.) To attempt to gain; to solicit; to seek. • (n.) The hall, chamber, or place, where justice is administered. • (v. t.) To endeavor to gain the favor of by attention or flattery; to try to ingratiate one`s self with. • (n.) The session of a judicial assembly. • (n.) The collective body of persons composing the retin...
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court

(from the article `Castiglione, Baldassare`) Il cortegiano (written 1513–18 and published in Venice in 1528) is a discussion of the qualities of the ideal courtier, put into the mouths of such ... The seed from which all medieval institutions of central administration were to grow was the immediate personal household of the king; i...
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court

(from the article `association croquet`) The association croquet court is rectangular, 35 yards (31.95 m) long by 28 yards (25.56 m) wide, and is defined by a boundary line. A yard line runs ... The standard American basketball court is in the shape of a rectangle 50 feet (15.2 metres) by 94 feet (28.7 metres); high school courts may be...
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court

in architecture, an open area surrounded by buildings or walls. There have been such courts from the earliest recorded times and in all ...
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court

a person or body of persons having judicial authority to hear and resolve disputes in civil, criminal, ecclesiastical, or military cases. The word ... [36 related articles]
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Court

Area of play, as defined by the outer boundary lines.
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court

the 94' x 50' area bounded by 2 sidelines and 2 end lines containing a basket at each end, on which a basketball game is played.
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court

court, in law, official body charged with administering justice. The term is also applied to the judge or judges who fill the office and to the courtroom itself. Courts come into existence when legal relations are no longer entirely a private matter. Thus, courts do not exist in a society governed b...
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Court

A place where justice is judicially administered.
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Court

It is a government entity consisting of Judges, lawyers, clearks, justice officers, counsellors etc who deal with the legal issues and claims and administer justice by performing trials and evidenting the proofs and basis of arguments. It delivers justice.
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Court

Court is the suite of the sovereign, or the place where the sovereign sojourns with his suite. A court is also a place where the sovereign administers justice through his judges.
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court

Body that hears legal actions and the building where this occurs. Particular kinds of law court include the Court of Appeal, the county courts, the Court of Session in Scotland, and, in Northern Ireland, the Diplock courts
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