court of honour


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court of honour

n
(Military) a military court that is instituted to investigate matters involving personal honour
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At his first arrival he made no scruple of acquainting her with the unfortunate accident; which he made appear very unfortunate indeed, for he totally extracted every particle of what could be called fault, at least in a court of honour, though he left some circumstances which might be questionable in a court of law.
Grey Shot and Court Of Honour are among the outsiders as they bid to score a first ever success for Britain in the race.
Peter Chapple- Hyam has booked local rider Simon Marshall for Court Of Honour, runner- up to Moonax at Haydock in September.
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