| ` 1. a set of buildings round a central space; what is known in Oxford, but never in Cambridge, as a quadrangle; 2. a judicial forum. In the past courts were presided over by the (Vice-)Chancellor and the Commissary. Modern times have the Court of Discipline, for junior members , and the court of the Septem Viri |
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