|Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (18701938). Rogets International Thesaurus. 1922.|
|Class VI. Words Relating to the Sentient and Moral Powers|
|Section IV. Moral Affections|
| 5. Institutions|
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|NOUN:||TRIBUNAL, court, curia, board, bench, judicature, judicatory; court of -justice, - law, - arbitration; inquisition; guild; durbar [India], divan [Oriental], Areopagus.|
justice -, judgment -, mercy- seat; woolsack; bar, bar of justice; dock; forum, hustings, bureau, drumhead; jury-box; witness box, witness stand.
senate-house, town hall, theater or theatre; House of Commons, House of Lords; statehouse [U. S.], townhouse, courthouse.
[BRITISH COURTS], sessions; petty -, quarter -, special -, general- sessions [Eng. law]; assizes; eyre, justices in eyre, wardmote, burghmote, barmote, courtleet, courtbaron, court of piepoudre [all old Eng. law]; superior courts of Westminster; court of -record, - oyer and terminer, - assize, - appeal, - error; High court of -Judicature, - Appeal; Judicial Committee of the Privy Council; Star Chamber; Court of -Chancery, - Kings or Queens Bench, - Exchequer, - Common Pleas, - Probate, - Admiralty; Lords Justices -, Rolls -, Vice Chancellors -, Stannary -, Divorce -, Palatine -, county -, police- court; Court of Criminal Appeal; Court of Small Causes [India]; court of common council; board of green cloth.
[UNITED STATES COURTS] United States -Supreme Court, - District Court, - Circuit Court of Appeal; Federal Court of Claims, Court of Private Land Claims; Supreme Court, court of sessions, criminal court, police court, juvenile court.
COURT-MARTIAL (pl. courts-martial), drumhead court-martial.
ECCLESIASTICAL COURT, Rota or Rota Romana [R. C. Ch.]; Court of Arches [Eng.].
Papal Court, Curia.
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|ADJECTIVE:||JUDICIAL [See Jurisdiction]; appellate; curial.|
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- Die Weltgeschichte ist das Weltgericht.
- Whoever fights, whoever fails, Justice conquers evermore.Emerson
- Justice discards party, friendship, kindred, and is therefore always represented as blind.Addison
- We have strict statutes and most biting laws.Measure for Measure