triable

[ trahy-uh-buh l ]
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In a word, an error in morals is triable only if it is also an error in belief.

Offences against the game laws are not triable by justices of the peace, but only in the sheriff court.

No suit shall be triable after the lapse of fifteen years from the date of the act giving rise to the suit.

Various offences hitherto only triable at Assizes, transferred to the jurisdiction of Quarter Sessions.

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