Inner Temple


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Inner Temple

n
(Law) (in England) one of the four legal societies in London that together form the Inns of Court
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But, as I have remarked before, it is only a year or two ago that the ancient edict prohibiting Christian rubbish like ourselves to enter the Mosque of Omar and see the costly marbles that once adorned the inner Temple was annulled.
They blocked the way; they seized him, and though he fell, groveling upon his knees before them, begging for his life, they bound him and hurled him to the floor of the inner temple.
Effodiuntur opes, irritamenta malorum "--"Well, sir," continued the stranger, "whether it be an evil, or only the cause of evil, I was entirely void of it, and at the same time of friends, and, as I thought, of acquaintance; when one evening, as I was passing through the Inner Temple, very hungry, and very miserable, I heard a voice on a sudden hailing me with great familiarity by my Christian name; and upon turning about, I presently recollected the person who so saluted me to have been my fellow-collegiate; one who had left the university above a year, and long before any of my misfortunes had befallen me.
It was acted by the gentlemen of the Inner Temple "before the Queen's most excellent Majestie in her highness' Court of Whitehall the 18th day of January, 1561."
When they wrote the play Norton and Sackville were law students at the Inner Temple, and from other law students during the following years came other plays, which were generally acted at festival seasons, such, as Christmas, at the lawyers' colleges, or before the Queen, though the common people were also admitted among the audience.
The murder that rose again and again in his untaught heart he forced back by thoughts of the sweet, pure face of the girl whose image he had set up in the inner temple of his being, as a gentle, guiding divinity.
Traddles, Esquire, of the Inner Temple.' It ran thus: -
Godfrey Norton, of the Inner Temple. See the advantages of a cabman as a confidant.
An important function of the revels was the cementing and celebrating of the relationship between Gray's Inn and the Inner Temple. In the preamble to the Gesta the Gray's Inn men request the attendance of an 'Ambassador' from the Inner Temple because, they say, 'we have ever had great Cause, by the Warrant of Experience, to assure our selves of your unfeigned Love and Amity'.
At the pre-Bafta party in London's Inner Temple on Friday the 21 Grams actress, 35, gushed: "I keep phoning my mum and it always ends up about babies so I guess it's top of my list of priorities."
Passing through the Inner Temple, 'very hungry and very miserable', he meets Mr Watson, who subsequently leads him to join a gang of 'Sharpers'.
Bolton was educated at Cambridge and the Inner Temple, London.