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Origin of chief justice
OTHER WORDS FROM chief justicechief jus·tice·ship, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for chief justice
Wilmot's bill reduced these salaries to £700 for the chief-justice and £600 to each of the other judges.Wilmot and Tilley|James Hannay
You will find a close connection between Mr. Hastings and the chief-justice, which we shall prove.
Bushe, the Cicero of the house, glowing with oratorical indignation, condescended to be chief-justice.
He was chief-justice of the United States for thirty-five years, being appointed in 1800 and holding the position until his death.Southern Literature From 1579-1895|Louise Manly
We cross-examine the minister, and we criticise the decision of the Chief-Justice.The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 11 (of 12)|Robert G. Ingersoll