Tourn

The tourn (tour, turn) was the circuit made by the sheriff in medieval England to the hundreds of his shire. Here he would preside over the hundred court. This court normally met every three weeks, but during the tourn, at Easter and Michaelmas there were especially full meetings. These meetings were also known as `views of frankpledge`, because.....
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Tourn

• (n.) The sheriff`s turn, or court. • (n.) A spinning wheel.
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Tourn

Tourn noun [ See Turn ] 1. A spinning wheel. [ Prov. Eng.] 2. (O.Eng.Law) The sheriff's turn, or court.
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tourn

center portion of beef filet, usually grilled or saut
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tourn

sauteed tournedos garnished with foie gras and truffles
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