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law court

palace

royal household

cultivate

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woo

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Synonyms for court

an area partially or entirely enclosed by walls or buildings

a judicial assembly

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to behave so as to bring on (danger, for example)

to attempt to gain the affection of

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the sovereign and his advisers who are the governing power of a state

Australian woman tennis player who won many major championships (born in 1947)

the family and retinue of a sovereign or prince

a hotel for motorists

a tribunal that is presided over by a magistrate or by one or more judges who administer justice according to the laws

the residence of a sovereign or nobleman

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an area wholly or partly surrounded by walls or buildings

respectful deference

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make amorous advances towards

seek someone's favor

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engage in social activities leading to marriage

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The helpline, which can be reached on 0333 2000722, aims to assist parents in finding routes to settling issues without going to court.
You have to work out whether having the tree removed is worth the expense of going to court and the aggravation involved.
Going To Court describes what happens, who everyone is, how video link operates, what is the oath and the job of a witness.
AN INITIATIVE has been launched to empower witnesses going to court across Merseyside and bring down the number of cases that stall.
Fran Falshaw, 55, of Grangetown, was terrified at the thought of going to court to testify against a man who attacked her in her own home in September 2004.
There were settlements, the kind where the defendant agrees to settle to avoid the cost of going to court.
But the Home Office has raised legal objections which will mean the case going to court.
Voyeur Dorm is going to court to challenge the zoning board's ruling.
Often faster than going to court, ADR programs use objective interceders to solve sticky workplace conflicts.
The Court of Appeals refused to re-hear the case, so it now affirms an owner's right to use self-help, including the use of police to remove squatters from a building without going to court.
And today, we are going to court to seek redress, because less drastic measures to influence USDA's dubious policy have been rebuffed," Block said.