Definition of Stipendiary. Meaning of Stipendiary. Synonyms of Stipendiary

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Definition of Stipendiary

Stipendiary
Stipendiary Sti*pen"di*a*ry, a. [L. stipendiarius: cf. F. stipendiaire.] Receiving wages, or salary; performing services for a stated price or compensation. His great stipendiary prelates came with troops of evil-appointed horseman not half full. --Knolles.

Meaning of Stipendiary from wikipedia

- A paid judge in an English magistrates' court was formerly termed a "stipendiary magistrate", as distinct from the unpaid "lay magistrates". In 2000 these...
- Stipendiary magistrates, magistrates in receipt of a stipend, were the most junior judges in the Scottish judiciary. As of 2014 there were only 4.9 full-time...
- R (Pinochet Ugarte) v Bow St Metropolitan Stipendiary Magistrate [2000] 1 AC 61, 119 and 147 is a set of three UK constitutional law judgments by the...
- Self-supporting ministers (SSMs), previously called non-stipendiary ministers or non-stipendiary priests (NSMs), are religious ministers who do not receive...
- Sweden, there used to be both stipendiary (docentstipendiat) and non-stipendiary (oavlönad docent) docent positions. A stipendiary docent both held the docent...
- manslaughter and criminal negligence at a preliminary hearing heard by Stipendiary Magistrate Richard A. McLeod, and bound over for trial. A Nova Scotia...
- appointing Englishmen who had been consecrated bishops for the colonies as stipendiary ****istant (or coadjutorwithout right of succession) bishops in their...
- Court. The district stipendiary magistrate (Norwegian: sorenskriver) is the chief justice in a district court. The district stipendiary magistrates of Solør...
- and John Fielding failed for their Bow Street detectives. Unlike the stipendiary system at Bow Street, the river police were full-time, salaried officers...
- the 1st Council of the Northwest Territories in the 1880s, serving as stipendiary magistrate. He was an attorney and judge. Travis was born at Saint John...
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