Some articles on judicial office, judicial:
... In retirement, he again took up the study of classical literature, and made a lengthy inquiry into the use of the digamma in the works of Homer ... His studies were published in 1844 as A Dissertation on the Metre of Homer and reflected in an edition of the Iliad with digammas ...
... but the House of Commons does not participate in judicial matters ... rank of baron for life, they served in Parliament only while holding judicial office 11 years later, however, an act was passed allowing Lords of Appeal to ... Lords of Appeal in Ordinary depended on when they were first appointed to judicial office for those who first became a judge before 31 March 1995, the retirement age is 75 years of age for those appointed ...
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