VI. WORDS RELATING TO THE SENTIMENT AND MORAL POWERS

IV. MORAL AFFECTIONS

5. Institutions

Tribunal.

[Nouns] tribunal, court, board, bench, judicatory; court of justice, court of law, court of arbitration; inquisition; guild.

justice seat; judgment seat, mercy seat; woolsack; bar of justice; dock; forum, hustings, bureau, drumhead; jury box, witness box.

senate house, town hall, theater; House of Commons, House of Lords; statehouse [U.S.], townhouse.

assize, eyre; wardmote, burghmote; barmote; superior courts of Westminster; court of record, court oyer and terminer, court assize, court of appeal, court of error; High court of Judicature, High court of Appeal; Judicial Committee of the Privy Council; Star Chamber; Court of Chancery, Court of King's or Queen's Bench, Court of Exchequer, Court of Common Pleas, Court of Probate, Court of Arches, Court of Admiralty; Lords Justices' court, Rolls court, Vice Chancellor's court, Stannary court, divorce court, Palatine court, county court, district court, police court; sessions; quarter sessions, petty sessions; court-leet, court-baron, court of pie poudre, court of common council; board of green cloth.

court martial; drumhead court martial; durbar, divan; Areopagus; Irota.

[Adjectives] judicial [more]; appellate.

[Phrases] die Weltgeschichte ist das Weltgericht.

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