Justiciary

• (n.) An old name for the judges of the higher English courts.
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justiciary

noun the jurisdiction of a justiciar
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Justiciary

Jus·ti'ci·a·ry noun [ Confer Late Latin justitiarius , French justicier . See Justice .] (Old Eng. Law) An old name for the judges of the higher English courts. » The chief justiciary , or justiciar , in early English history, was not only the chief ...
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justiciary

[n] - the jurisdiction of a justiciar
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