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Our soul still moots this problem, because she is not yet entirely convinced by what we have said.
An army that can not be mobilized without the action of the hundred moots is not a handy force.
DOMESDAY BOOK AND BEYONDFREDERIC WILLIAM MAITLAND
If moots were held in it, these would be comparable rather to meetings of shareholders than to sessions of a tribunal.
DOMESDAY BOOK AND BEYONDFREDERIC WILLIAM MAITLAND
The Inns of Court were spared; their moots and readings did no perceptible harm, if little perceptible good.
It has been seen that the studies pursued in ancient times were conducted by means of “readings,” “moots” and “bolts.”
In the open places of the tuns and vills, where the folk-moots were held, Christianity was preached and the cross set up.
They, too, had their folk-moots, and they had more business to transact in them than the country villagers had.
At first these took place in the open air, like the old folk-moots; but in time they came to be held in a court-house.
The affairs of the family were discussed and settled at open-air meetings, called folk-moots.
It is impossible to visit this humble structure without emotion, for it is the seat of one of the ancientest moots upon the earth.

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