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legalAmerican a court of law that considers equity (=the principle of what is fair) and not just existing laws when making decisions
the part of a court of law where people stand to answer lawyers’ questions. The usual British word is witness box.
American the place in a court of law where the witness stands or sits when they are answering questions
a form of machine learning which incorporates the use of neural networksBuzzWord Article
a general election … that is called earlier than expectedadd a word
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