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Similar words: enhancerchanceby chanceoff-chancechance onperchancefat chancemischanceMeaning: ['tʃɑːnsərɪ] n. 1. a court with jurisdiction in equity 2. an office of archives for public or ecclesiastic records; a court of public records. random good picture
1. The chancery dealt with official communications.
2. The last extant chancery bond is dated 21 June.
3. The chancery had returned to Carolingian practices, but with an energy which outran its model.
4. Sadler's activities as a notary in Chancery remain obscure.
5. Because writs, charters, and other chancery letters became everyday affairs, their language was now intended to express everyday realities.
6. The chancery was used as a propaganda machine perhaps as never before.
7. The chancery court issued a restraining order forbidding desegregation in September.
8. Chancery was the oldest and most solemn part of the whole apparatus.
9. But Chancery and Exchequer records provide corroboration.
10. The train ran on smoothly towards Chancery Lane.
11. The Court of Chancery grew and developed equitable principles and maxims.
12. Furthermore, the chancery clerks or council clerks who kept the records and serviced parliament were also clerics.
13. The chancery was a public relations office, a press office and a private office all in one.
14. The proceedings and practice of a court of chancery; equity.
15. Many students at Chancery have won various English competitions on numerous occasions.
16. Lanier was a former mayor of Dyersburg before, in 1989, he was elected chancery judge.
17. But the grand opening in August 1990 would have been ruined had the diplomats known everything about their elegant chancery.
18. The landowners had not been paid, the company went bankrupt and thereafter spent the rest of its corporate life in Chancery.
19. Yet even when he was sequestered and suspended he still kept his privileges and immunities as an officer of Chancery.
20. However, to understand Innocent's reign we must not lose sight of the chancery and its
21. The smell reminded him vividly of the well-stocked library and quiet chancery of his novice days at Blackfriars.
22. They retained and emphasised, instead, the written documents deliberately produced by a centralised Chancery and other Norman offices and institutions.
23. He was widely respected for his work as special master in chancery in the Minnesota Railroad Rate cases in 1910.
24. He could call in at the Informer office in Chancery Lane and use the telephone to arrange a suitably stimulating lunch.
25. Unfortunately he got into financial difficulties and when he died in 1836 the estate was once again in the chancery.
26. These commercial ventures led to many disputes, and Love was extremely litigious, appearing often as a plaintiff in Chancery.
27. Peyton was admitted to Lincoln's Inn in 1655, having also succeeded his father as an examiner in Chancery in 1654.
28. Meanwhile, he shuffled off towards the tube station and Chancery Lane.
29. However the case concerned the law of trusts, a part of the law of equity developed by the Court of Chancery over the centuries on the basis of justice, fairness and good conscience.
30. He was quite as much of a Rationalist as I am, but he died when I was three years old, and the Court of Chancery decided that I was to have the benefits of a Christian education.
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