court

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  • Five players from each team may be on the court at one time.
  • It was a parliament and law court for all, thus the name.
  • The district court found the previous court's holding to be true.
  • Thus, courts will generally allow a class action in such a situation.
  • Cases brought by her in local courts have failed so far.
  • In those cases the record will first be certified by the lower court.
  • The common law courts originally took a very limited view of their own jurisdiction.
  • This was the first time in the court's history it had ruled as such.
  • There was no president and no national court.
  • These rules limit both state and federal courts in their ability to hear cases.
  • Anything higher had to go before a court.
  • By then, he had become the court's most liberal justice.
  • After that state governments are running the fast track courts according to their needs.
  • Federal courts may only hear cases where federal jurisdiction can be established.
  • The courts of justice, post office and railway station stood on higher ground slightly to the south.
  • His works are still cited by common law courts around the world.
  • The case eventually was settled out of court.
  • The case then returned to the trial court.
  • There, the six brothers meet six girls they like and start courting them.
  • This went against the spirit of the Court's decision.
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Meaning of court

  • noun An assembly (including one or more judges) to conduct judicial business
  • noun A room in which a lawcourt sits
    television cameras were admitted in the courtroom
  • noun The sovereign and his advisers who are the governing power of a state
  • noun A specially marked horizontal area within which a game is played
    players had to reserve a court in advance
  • noun Australian woman tennis player who won many major championships (born in 1947)
  • noun The family and retinue of a sovereign or prince
  • noun A tribunal that is presided over by a magistrate or by one or more judges who administer justice according to the laws
  • noun The residence of a sovereign or nobleman
    the king will visit the duke's court
  • noun An area wholly or partly surrounded by walls or buildings
    the house was built around an inner court
  • noun Respectful deference
    pay court to the emperor
  • verb Engage in social activities leading to marriage
    We were courting for over ten years