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In its unanimous decision, the UK Supreme Court rejected Uber’s appeal of an earlier ruling by an employment tribunal ruling.
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These men composed a self-constituted tribunal to award life or instant death to those brought before them.
A vast concourse of angry men surrounded the tribunal, and filled the air with execrations.
She was called upon several times by committees sent from the revolutionary tribunal for examination.
Osiris was the god before whose tribunal all departed spirits appeared to be judged.
Yet even as she put this plea forward in the inner tribunal of consciousness, she knew that it was false.
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He created in the Consistory a Calvinistic inquisition, absolutely similar to the revolutionary tribunal of Robespierre.
CATHERINE DE' MEDICIHONORE DE BALZAC
A yachting tribunal was instituted in Paris to make rules and arrange the details of racing.
The public is the last tribunal; one to which nothing but strong necessity should induce an appeal.

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