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Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: courts

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Höfe {pl}Plural (die) (umschlossene Plätze bei Gebäuden [Innen-, Vorhöfe]) courts
Pumps {pl}Plural (die) courts {s} [coll.]
Gericht {n}Neutrum (das) (Gerichtsgebäude) (law) courts
Berufungsgerichte {pl}Plural (die) courts of appeal
Ehrengerichte {pl}Plural (die) courts of honour
Gerichtshöfe {pl}Plural (die) courts of justice
Kassationshöfe {pl}Plural (die) courts of cassation
Schiedsgerichte {pl}Plural (die) courts of arbitration
Schöffengerichte {pl}Plural (die) courts of lay assessor
Kriegsgericht {n}Neutrum (das) [mil., jur.] courts martial
Militärgericht {n}Neutrum (das) [mil., jur.] courts martial


Beispielsätze

After describing his daily occupations with his family and neighbours, he writes: "The evening being come, I return home and go to my study; at the entrance I pull off my peasant-clothes, covered with dust and dirt, and put on my noble court dress, and thus becomingly re-clothed I pass into the ancient courts of the men of old, where, being lovingly received by them, I am fed with that food which is mine alone; where I do not hesitate to speak with them, and to ask for the reason of their actions, and they in their benignity answer me; and for four hours I feel no weariness, I forget every trouble, poverty does not dismay, death does not terrify me; I am possessed entirely by those great men.
It is that of flatterers, of whom courts are full, because men are so self-complacent in their own affairs, and in a way so deceived in them, that they are preserved with difficulty from this pest, and if they wish to defend themselves they run the danger of falling into contempt.
Their three heads had been close together during this brief discourse, and it had been as much as they could do to hear one another, even then: so tremendous was the noise of the living ocean, in its irruption into the Fortress, and its inundation of the courts and passages and staircases.
The judge and the widow went to law to get the court to take me away from him and let one of them be my guardian; but it was a new judge that had just come, and he didn’t know the old man; so he said courts mustn’t interfere and separate families if they could help it; said he’d druther not take a child away from its father.
WELL, pretty soon the old man was up and around again, and then he went for Judge Thatcher in the courts to make him give up that money, and he went for me, too, for not stopping school.
Woe to him who, in this world, courts not dishonor!
He had been careful to begin both of his inquest-statements with the fight, without confessing the grave-robbery that preceded it; therefore it was deemed wisest not to try the case in the courts at present.
These properties of just and rationall Judicature considered, I cannot forbeare to observe the excellent constitution of the Courts of Justice, established both for Common, and also for Publique Pleas in England.
In all Courts of Justice, the Soveraign (which is the Person of the Common-wealth,) is he that Judgeth: The subordinate Judge, ought to have regard to the reason, which moved his Soveraign to make such Law, that his Sentence may be according thereunto; which then is his Soveraigns Sentence; otherwise it is his own, and an unjust one.
The Edicts Of Praetors, and (in some Cases) of the Aediles: such as are the Chiefe Justices in the Courts of England.


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