Michaelmas term


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Michaelmas term

n
(Law) the autumn term at Oxford and Cambridge Universities, the Inns of Court, and some other educational establishments
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Michaelmas term lately over, and the Lord Chancellor sitting in Lincoln's Inn Hall.
And I assure you I am quite sorry that they are going home on Tuesday, which is the day before the first day of Michaelmas Term. But here,' said Traddles, breaking off in his confidence, and speaking aloud, 'ARE the girls!
The judge said: "I will vacate the trial currently listed on the 23rd of April to be relisted in the Michaelmas term on a date to be decided by Mr Justice Goss after the 29th of October."
That other iconic track from 'Hunky Dory', namely 'Changes', takes me back to Michaelmas term as I sat with Lisa (contemplating our week's work) in my stylish little room in Garden Building in St Hilda's, the autumn leaves swirling outside as if in time to the music, and the rhythms equally addictive whether played on my own music machine or coming from Diana's room directly above.
When I arrived at Downing College, Cambridge for the Michaelmas term of 1950, I brought with me my first major acquisition and my 21st birthday present: Village, a 1949 lithograph by Keith Vaughan.
Middleton appears again, rather less satisfactorily, in a later chapter of Formal Matters--the dramatist of Michaelmas Term. Amanda Bailey reveals in a subtly, tenuously argued essay, how the character of Easy is used to define the penal debt bond and contemporary legal culture.
During Michaelmas Term 2005, he was also a Senior Associate Member of St.
In chapter 3, "Michaelmas Term and the Problem of Satisfaction," Bailey examines the "law's gradual drift toward regarding the lender-borrower dynamic as a transaction between persons" (76).
"Was called as a Barrister-At-Law Michaelmas Term 1989 as a member of the Honourable Society of Grays Inn.
was not worth the time and expense of going up for a further term" (Little Learning 208), so Waugh did not return for Michaelmas Term (October-December) 1924.
What then follows, however, is a succinct (at 148 pages) analysis of the intersection of the legal history of debts and financial bondage with the content and themes of particular plays, including for obvious reasons The Merchant of Venice, but also less familiar works Timon of Athens, Michaelmas Term, and The Custom of the Country.
Eddie Fremantle My Animals and Other Family By Clare Balding Published by Penguin Viking PS20 (penguin.co.uk) BALDING'S hugely readable memoir takes us as far as her initial Michaelmas term at Cambridge.