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St Ambrose and St Paulinus had even held high administrative and judicial offices.
The enlargement of the judicial power of the department was to be effected by a different process.
The prince was little more than the hired commander of the troops and the president of the judicial administration.
RUSSIADONALD MACKENZIE WALLACE
Will you sanction by your judicial authority transactions done in direct defiance of your legislative authority?
For this purpose the judicial committee of the privy council was created in 1833.
In the man Francesco had long discovered the judicial mind, and the discreet intelligence of the trained statesman.
THE HILL OF VENUSNATHAN GALLIZIER
Is it to lag behind and vainly pursue an equitable adjustment which is rendered fleeting by judicial forms?
These gentlemen hold no judicial position; and curiously enough, while a part of the ministry, are never in the cabinet.
Judicial officers may also be removed by the governor on address of the legislature.
The powers of the government are divided into three distinct departments;—the legislative,—the executive,—and the judicial.

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