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deemster

(ˈdiːmstə)
n
(Law) the title of one of the two justices in the Isle of Man. Also called: dempster
ˈdeemsterˌship n
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Deemster, a vegetable canning and salad bottling business, was purchased for R25 million.
(49.) Douglas, Isle of Man, Manx National Heritage Library, MS 09702, Deemster J.
An old term for judge (judecator) is deemster or deemer; oath (to swear an oath / to promise to tell the truth; a jura ca spune adevarul).
(68) See, eg, R v Grossman (1981) 73 Cr App R 302, 309 10 (Lord Denning, Shaw LJ and Oliver MR); X AG v A Bank [1983] 2 All ER 464, 479 (Leggatt J); FDC Co Ltd v Chase Manhattan Bank NA [1990] 1 HKLR 277, 283-4 (Huggins V-P), 291 (Silke JA); Bunk of Ireland Holdings (IOM) Ltd v A-G (Isle o[Man) (Unreported, High Court of Justice of the Isle of Man, Deemster Kerruish, 27 October 2006) [23], [39].
A winding up order was made on Kaupthing Singer & Friedlander Isle of Man (KSFIOM) by the island's Deputy Deemster.
That was until a dog called Deemster took to the track in heat 1 9, which he won in 29.90sec, some 24 spots faster than Mick.
He has been Acting Deemster on the Isle of Man since 1999, and became a Bencher at Lincoln's Inn the following year.
Although not quite the entire Dutch lexicon is covered--bellen 'to telephone' is strangely absent and obviously compounds are omitted unless the semantic development is interesting--the range of lemmata is full and importantly includes such items as deemster 'dark', which today is mostly restricted to the Belgian form of the language; Indonesian, South African, and Surinamese variants are noted, as are Frisian.
Acting Deemster Andrew Moran QC dismissed the case at the High Court in Douglas, Isle of Man, after ruling there was no case to answer.
But at the High Court in Douglas, Isle of Man, Acting Deemster Andrew Moran QC ruled there was no case to answer against 41-year-old Richard Gidney.
During the debate on the removal of the second Deemster, (70) Nivison recalled, erroneously, a recommendation of the MacDonnell Report that the bishop should vote only on moral issues, and suggested that he might be relieved of the duty to vote.