Michaelmas term


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MICHAELMAS TERM. Eng. law. One of the four terms of the courts; it begins on the 2d day of November, and ends on the 25th of November. It was formerly a movable term. St. 11 G. IV. and 1 W. IV. 70.

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The legal-themed Michaelmas Term and the Lisbon-set Custom of the Country both allow Bailey to consider types of bondage against historical actualities, including the fact of Lisbon having been the centre of trade in human beings.
The transition from old company to new has been smooth and we will open as usual on September 3 for the Michaelmas term with our full range of services and facilities." Former pupil and local businessman Jonathan Gravell has been appointed chairman of the school's new board of trustees.
Tolkien taught at both Leeds and Oxford during the Michaelmas Term (October-December).
The number of students registered at the Ladies' Department in the Michaelmas term of 1897 was 593, of whom seven were described as "private" students.
One thinks here of Middleton's Michaelmas Term or Shakespeare's As You Like It.
It could surely be argued that comedies from other boys' companies--the Children of Paul's plays Michaelmas Term and A Mad World My Masters, for example--contain similar uses of status-inflected language, clothing references, and parodic happy endings.
Of course judges have a difficult job that's why we pay them six-figure salaries with generous holidays before Michaelmas Term.
(1) In 1903, however, in Edward Arber's privately printed Term Catalogues, 1668-1709 A.D., it was listed among books said to be published in London during Michaelmas Term, 1681 (1: 461).
Mr Fionda, who is originally from Middlesbrough, takes over the position from John Bancroft, who retired at the end of Michaelmas term.
He takes over from John Bancroft who retired at the end of the Michaelmas term.
Austin as well as to Plato, Montaigne, Bacon, Descartes, and Wittgenstein, of Jonson's four major comedies and of Middleton's Michaelmas Term, A Trick to Catch the Old One, and A Chaste Maid in Cheapside.