How To Use Chancery In A Sentence

  • I always find it at last — but it comes too late. a blockhead who speaks boldly can baffle me. is not this of less consequence in chancery. fare well. let me hear from you. are you M.P.? Letter 220
  • We may conclude from its effects, as well as its etymology, that a chancery is a court wherein the causes are decided by chance, and wherein the goddess Fortune, perfectly blind, presides. Documenting the American South: The Southern Experience in 19-th Century America
  • Jimmy Luv's has "a thicker texture" and "smokier taste" than other mixes, said Bob Frederickson, general manager and beverage director for six Chancery restaurants in southeastern Wisconsin, where the Bloody Mary is a signature drink.
  • During the early Middle Ages seals of lead, or more properly "bulls", were in common use both in East and West, but except in the case of the papal chancery, these leaden authentications soon went out of favour in western Christendom and it became the universal practice to take the impressions in wax. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock
  • This is an appeal by the claimant below, against an order of His Honour made on 12 March 2001 when he was sitting as an additional judge of the Chancery Division of the High Court.
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  • I'm standing at the chancery, what's called the chancery, outside the grounds where what is often described as the palatial residence of Cardinal Law, Archbishop Law is. CNN Transcript Dec 13, 2002
  • The chancery is a necessary element of administration in every diocese. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4: Clandestinity-Diocesan Chancery
  • On the last occasion the king ennobled him, As prime minister he was most zealous in establishing the supremacy of the State over the Church, and in abolishing the privileges of the nobility together with feudalism, He restricted the jurisdiction of the bishops, impeded the last increment of the so-called mortmain, and reduced the taxes belonging to the chancery of the Roman Curia. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon
  • Bustling during the day, the chancery was a still place this night, silent but for the scratching of a single quill pen. Chosen Of The Gods
  • The chancery received petitions, examined the qualifications of candidates for benefices, and had official custody of the records of the curia (the Vatican Library had not yet been created).
  • Secondly, after the Judicature Acts 1873-1875 it was possible for some negligence cases to be assigned to the Chancery Division of the High Court; such cases would be heard without a jury.
  • This is an appeal with the permission of the judge against the order of Mr Garnett QC sitting as a Deputy Judge of the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division.
  • But the grand opening in August 1990 would have been ruined had the diplomats known everything about their elegant chancery.
  • Ghosts of expunged flora, the never-born groaning in vegetative chancery beneath the asphalt came up with a tropical curse, an equatorial leaden wet sweat of air which rose from the earth itself, rose right up through the baked asphalt and into the heated air which entered the lungs like a hand slipping into a rubber glove. Southpaw Grammar
  • Chancery Lane (+44 (0)1308 426876, a seafront esplanade below West Weares cliff, this curious boat-shaped cafe was custom-built to replace a run-down public toilet (there are still ladies and gents at either end) but don't let that put you off – the view of Chesil beach from Quiddles' rooftop sun terrace is one of the best on the Jurassic coast. West Dorset's top 10 budget eats
  • I went to the opening of the new chancery and was told the upper floors were to be rented out as private offices.
  • Will priests saying the newer Mass be required to obtain a special "license", or should I say Ausweis, from some chancery mandarin whose Latin and rubrical knowledge should be a matter of scrutiny? Compilation of recent analyses of AJ TLM policy
  • The book contains a vigorous satire on the abuses of the old court of Chancery, the delays and costs of which brought misery and ruin on its suitors.
  • He is the only Chancery Judge there and what he is saying, I think, at 114 is you cannot approbate and reprobate.
  • The fight began in Barbour County, where Dent and the other Democratic candidates quickly filed suit in the Barbour County chancery court at Clayton.
  • He was widely respected for his work as special master in chancery in the Minnesota Railroad Rate cases in 1910.
  • Many of the proceedings against former employees were commenced in the Chancery Division of the High Court; but others were commenced in the Queen's Bench Division or in County Courts up and down the country.
  • He "devilled" for Mr. Asstewt, the great Chancery man, which was the most excellent beginning: and he was getting into a little practice of his own which was not to be sneezed at. The Marriage of Elinor
  • In 1979 Stagg came to Bulgaria and spent three years here as a third chancery and information secretary.
  • Gift said work began on the repairs and refurbishment of the chancery in September 2003 and on the repairs of the residence in January 2004.
  • District, and Queen's Bench, through judges without a wig and gown to judges in full paraphernalia, and barristers and attorneys without end, before he encounters a Master in Chancery. Canada and the Canadians, Vol. 2
  • Typically Muscovite yellow render is used extensively on the residential blocks, while the chancery is clad in stone and glass.
  • Lawyers for two Detroit pension funds filed papers with Delaware Chancery court late Monday arguing the scope of the plan and the limitations on its repeal "encumbered" the proxy contest. Yahoo Says an Icahn Win Triggers Plan
  • The police authorities promptly sent plainclothesmen to guard and protect the chancery and the residence of the Indonesian ambassador.
  • The same evening, our Tunisian friends hosted a reception on the occasion of the opening of their new chancery and residence in Kudan.
  • Warhorror if ever in all his exchequered career he up or lave a chancery hand to take or throw the sign of a mortal stick or stone at man, yoelamb or salvation army either before or after being puptised down to that most holy and every blessed hour. Finnegans Wake
  • These commercial ventures led to many disputes, and Love was extremely litigious, appearing often as a plaintiff in Chancery.
  • On the evening of his third day in London, Phelps, returning by way of Chancery Lane from Bloomsbury to the Inner Temple, where he was quartered on a friend, encountered Mr. Lane, who in the wintry twilight passed him without recognition.
  • She hurried out to Kathryn's small chancery office and came back with a piece of parchment? A SHRINE OF MURDERS
  • But separate and distinct organizations called chancery courts, now exist in but a few states; the power to try suits in equity having been given to the judges of the common law courts. The Government Class Book Designed for the Instruction of Youth in the Principles of Constitutional Government and the Rights and Duties of Citizens.
  • The ordinary notaries of the chancery, however, were gradually known by other names, according to their various functions, so that the term ceased to be employed in the pontifical and other chanceries. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip
  • There was a pride of profession among these men, who thought of themselves as attorneys, and a common fund of experience and training, whether or not they had ever replevied a cow or drawn up a chancery bill. A History of American Law
  • Many great defamation judgments have been written by Chancery judges.
  • Any person aggrieved by the inclusion of any land by amendment of the register has, by section 14, a right of appeal to the Chancery Division of the High Court.
  • And so, as it appeared, Mr. Dallas was of that opinion, for the very next day he applied to Chancery for a brieve to get Charles Napier served nearest and lawful heir to his uncle; and as in legal warfare, where the judges are cognisant only of patent claims, there is small room for retiring tactics, Mr. White felt himself obliged, however anxious he was to gain time, to follow his opponent's example by taking out a competing brieve in favour of Henrietta. Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Volume XXIII
  • This pencil memorandum is very plain. [hh] It is worthy of special note also, that one of the owners of this volume, a Simon Holdip, writes on the last page of the "Lives of the Ten Emperors," the last in order of binding, "_per me Simone Holdip in te domine speravi_" in the old so-called chancery-hand, while on the first page of the Dedication of the "Familiar Epistles," the first in order of binding, he writes The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 08, No. 47, September, 1861
  • Celia ... with love, George ") in FO 1110/189 is a typewritten communication from the British embassy in Moscow:" Dear Department, "it begins, and is signed, surreally," yours ever, Chancery. Orwell's List
  • A chancery court valued the dentist's practice at $145,000, goodwill included.
  • I called the chancery to see if a chalice had been stolen, and found it had. Scandal
  • Recently a priest who had served for years as an official in the chancery office was ordained an auxiliary bishop.
  • And perhaps it may be remarked here, since we commonly say of a man in difficulties that he is "exchequered" or in "chancery," that so we probably intend to express the same, when we say a man is _hanapered_, or _hampered_. Notes and Queries, Number 29, May 18, 1850
  • The design of the proposed development would marry the old building to the new and all entertaining would be done in the chancery.
  • He could call in at the Informer office in Chancery Lane and use the telephone to arrange a suitably stimulating lunch.
  • Many great defamation judgments have been written by Chancery judges.
  • The premises of a foreign chancery or embassy are not outside the territory to which the criminal law, otherwise operating in this Territory, applies.
  • Collins worked in the chancery, which is the office that manages the archdiocese's money. NYDN Rss
  • He pointed out that legal recognition of trade marks as a species of incorporeal property was first accorded by the Court of Chancery in the first half of the 19th century.
  • The first case was an action of _praemunire_ against the court of chancery, evidently instigated by him, but brought at the instance of certain parties whose adversaries had obtained redress in the chancellor's court after the cause had been tried in the court of king's bench. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 1 "Austria, Lower" to "Bacon"
  • She hurried out to Kathryn's small chancery office and came back with a piece of parchment? A SHRINE OF MURDERS
  • Furthermore, the chancery clerks or council clerks who kept the records and serviced parliament were also clerics.
  • Interestingly enough, because of the abusive confessions I had been to, I called the chancery and asked if there was a good retired priest confessor living in the area. Motu Proprio "Ecclesiae Unitatem" - in English
  • Urban VI conferred on him the lucrative and important office of abbreviator et scriptor in the papal chancery The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4: Clandestinity-Diocesan Chancery
  • More than 6500 sq m of this stone material has been used in the chancery and the other embassy buildings.
  • Its author (possibly Nassau Senior or Southey himself) purports to trace the history of injunctions back to the 18th century, when the Court of Chancery took over issues of literary propriety from the common law courts. A Brief Publication History of _Wat Tyler_
  • In that year the chancery clerks began to keep copies, on rolls of parchment, of most of the letters - and certainly of all the important ones - sent out under the great seal.
  • Under the most dangerous conditions, the combination was solved and the safe opened…. the naval cipher book was delivered to an agent, who came to the door of the chancery, had the pages photostatted and came back at 4:40 a.m. Operatives, Spies, and Saboteurs
  • But the grand opening in August 1990 would have been ruined had the diplomats known everything about their elegant chancery.
  • The king possessed the chancery, and then the exchequer too: they were becoming busier and busier.
  • I could not reasonably expect from him that he would quit the chief-justiceship of the common pleas, which he held for life, and put himself in the power of those who were not to be trusted, to be dismissed from the chancery perhaps the day after his appointment. The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III. From George III. to Victoria
  • Mr. Sullivan, the personal enemy of Lord Clive, withheld the rent of the jaghire that he had received from Meer Jaffier, and it was necessary to institute a suit in chancery to enforce payment. Great Men and Famous Women. Vol. 2 of 8 A series of pen and pencil sketches of the lives of more than 200 of the most prominent personages in History
  • The little oasis on Buckshaw Hall Road, off Chancery Road, has been home to kingfishers, herons, mallard and a moorhen that has recently settled there.
  • On November 2, 1998 the chancery action was dismissed ‘without prejudice’.
  • a forwarding office (Ufficio di Spedizione) with a small personnel; there are, besides the cardinal who presides over the Chancery, the regent, with the college of Apostolic prothonotaries, a notary, secretary and archivist, a protocolist, and four amanuenses. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

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