magistracy

[ maj-uh-struh-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF magistracy
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He had taken to himself every title, united every magistracy in his person.

The select judges are to be appointed by the magistrates, who are to choose one from every magistracy.

All magistrates, whatever be their tenure of office, must give an account of their magistracy.

This is said of magistracy in general, and is a doctrine for every one (to receive).

But why should we be obedient to the magistracy for God's sake?

He belonged to the magistracy, and was greatly respected; he died in 1381.

As for the magistracy, he's not the man to value it one pin.

After the government and the army, he drags the magistracy in the mire!

That is the glory of our country's magistracy and its special virtue.

Why, my young friend, what sort of an idea have you got of the magistracy?

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