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banc

[ bangk ]
/ bæŋk /
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noun Law.
the seat on which judges sit in court.
in banc, with all the judges of a court present; as a full court: a hearing in banc.
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Origin of banc

1250–1300; Middle English <Old French <Germanic: bench
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British Dictionary definitions for banc

banc
/ (bæŋk) /

noun
in banc law sitting as a full court

Word Origin for banc

C18: from Anglo-French: bench
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