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GEMOTE. An assembly. Wittena gemote, during the time of the Saxons in England, signified an assembly of wise men. The parliament.

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at 1170; Jonas Meckling & Gemot Wagner, Policy Sequencing Toward Decarbonization (2016) (unpublished) (on file with author).
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Hosted by New Orleans this year, the institute selected a scheme by Gemot Riether that proposed a series of glowing spherical enclosures sited within the hidden courtyards of the city's distinctive French Quarter.
Gemot, you better answer our calls when we come back
The aristocracy dominated the witena gemot (the council of the wise) which, together with semiannual gatherings of free farmers and townsmen, voted taxes and approved laws.
If one was in search of a buddy who was not taking a course at the time, nine times out of ten the buddy could be found in the Gemot [name of the lounge].
Malkmus, Rudolf, Ulrich Manthey, Gemot Vogel, Peter Hoffmann, and Joachim Kosuch 2002 Amphibians and Reptiles of Mount Kinabalu (North Borneo).
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20) For details of the Arab merchants' anti-Portuguese activities at the court of the Zamorin, see Gemot Giertz, Vasco da Gama, die Endeckungdes Seewegs nach Indien: Ein Augenzeugenbericht 149799 (Tiibingen: Edition Erdmann, 1980), 92-98.