Definition of 'court of inquiry'
Example sentences containing 'court of inquiry'
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Once a week, on Fridays like today, he'd arrive at the convent and set up his discreet little court of inquiry. GRACEOf course, you will have to admit to me that you tried to set him up and there will obviously be a court of inquiry. TANK OF SERPENTS
Definition of court of inquiry from the Collins English Dictionary
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