the four voluntary legal societies in England (Lincoln’s Inn, the Inner Temple, the Middle Temple, and Gray’s Inn) that have the exclusive privilege of calling candidates to the English bar after they have received such instruction and taken such examinations as the Inns provide.
the buildings owned and used by the Inns.
(in England) the four private unincorporated societies in London that function as a law school and have the exclusive privilege of calling candidates to the English bar See Lincoln’s Inn, Inner Temple, Middle Temple, Gray’s Inn
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/ˈɪnuː/ noun 1. a member of an Algonquian people living in Labrador and northern Quebec 2. the Algonquian language of this people
[in-yoo-en-doh] /ˌɪn yuˈɛn doʊ/ noun, plural innuendos, innuendoes. 1. an indirect intimation about a person or thing, especially of a disparaging or a derogatory nature. 2. Law. /ˌɪnjʊˈɛndəʊ/ noun (pl) -dos, -does 1. an indirect or subtle reference, esp one made maliciously or indicating criticism or disapproval; insinuation 2. (law) (in pleading) a word introducing […]
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