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HUSTINGS, Engl. law. The name of a court held before the lord mayor and aldermen of London; it is the principal and supreme court of the city., See 2 Inst. 327; St. Armand, Hist. Essay on the Legisl. Power of England, 75.

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They looked less assured than at any other hustings so far, because they were less assured than at any other hustings so far.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt at yesterday's Conservative leadership hustings held at Darlington Hippodrome
ON TODAY The two hopefuls take part in hustings in Northern Ireland.
BORIS Johnson has described the BBC as the "Brexit bashing corporation" at a Tory leadership hustings.
He happily posed for pictures ahead of a hustings event in the West Midlands - even if he was staying tight-lipped over a late-night argument ?
To the vast majority of his many supporters at Saturday's Conservative hustings, the issue was a barely relevant blip in Mr Johnson's ascent to Number 10.
Of course we can do it," Johnson told the first of 16 leadership hustings events.
The BBC's Tory leadership hustings debates have been branded "dreadful" in the Commons as an MP called for a debate on the future of the corporation.
Mercifully, the fractious Tory leadership hustings are over.
Jeremy Hunt and Michael Gove, who are the favourites to face off against Boris Johnson in the final round of the Tory leadership race, slapped down SNP demands for IndyRef2 at a special hustings in Westminster yesterday.
Members of Chester for Europe, Weaver Vale for Europe and Eddisbury for Europe have organised the hustings event at The Firs School, Chester, between 2-5pm on Saturday, May 11.