stannary


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stannary

(ˈstænərɪ)
n, pl -ries
(Mining & Quarrying) a place or region where tin is mined or worked
[C15: from Medieval Latin stannāria, from Late Latin: stannum, tin]
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the stannary courts of Devonshire and Cornwall, which administered
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To the extent the claims relied upon history, they were factually inaccurate, revisionist accounts of the case of Member Richard Strode, who was convicted in a local Stannary Court in 1512 of obstructing tin mining.
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