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Supreme Court

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Law
Supreme CourtSuˌpreme ˈCourt noun [singular]  SCTthe most important court of law in some countries or some states of the US
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Supreme CourtRecent Supreme Court decisions have put limits on the use of affirmative action to assure diversity in student bodies.Mugabe's war veterans invaded the Supreme Court and chased the five justices away.In some of these cases, a direct appeal is permitted from the district court to the Supreme Court.Lohr appealed that part of the ruling to the Supreme Court.And the nation cheered when the Supreme Court and the Senate voted last week to impeach him.The Supreme Court decision instantly awakened the large silent majority in favour of basic abortion rights.The Supreme Court is in recess.
From Longman Business DictionarySupreme CourtSuˈpreme CourtLAW [singular] the most important court of law in some countries, and in some states of the US court
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