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Arches Court
Arches Arch"es, pl. of Arch, n. Court of arches, or Arches Court (Eng. Law), the court of appeal of the Archbishop of Canterbury, whereof the judge, who sits as deputy to the archbishop, is called the Dean of the Arches, because he anciently held his court in the church of St. Mary-le-Bow (de arcubus). It is now held in Westminster. --Mozley & W.

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- Anglicanism portal The Arches Court, presided over by the Dean of Arches, is an ecclesiastical court of the Church of England covering the Province of...
- the Arches is the judge who presides in the provincial ecclesiastical court of the Archbishop of Canterbury. This court is called the Arches Court of Canterbury...
- Inflexed arch Ogee arch Reverse ogee arch Tudor arch Parabolic arch True arches, as opposed to corbel arches, were known by a number of civilizations in the...
- court of the diocese. The bishop no longer has the right to preside personally, as he formerly did.[citation needed] Appeals lie to the Arches Court (in...
- York. The next court is the archbishop's court, which is in Canterbury called the Arches Court, and in York the Chancery Court. Each court includes five...
- reliefs, and dedications. More elaborate triumphal arches may have multiple archways. Triumphal arches are one of the most influential and distinctive types...
- The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) is the highest court in the federal judiciary of the United States. Established pursuant to Article III...
- double arches (one after the other) while the four side (or corner) points have single arches. Each arch of the double arches at either end of the court count...
- consistory court to the provincial court of the archbishop. In the province of Canterbury, the Archbishop’s court was known as the Court of Arches and was...
- Surrogates may have more extensive delegated powers, and judgments of the Arches Court of Canterbury have been delivered by a surrogate in the absence of the...
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