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Admiralty

noun

1) The office or jurisdiction of an admiral.

2) The department or officers having authority over naval affairs generally.

3) The court which has jurisdiction of maritime questions and offenses.

4) The system of jurisprudence of admiralty courts.

5) The building in which the lords of the admiralty, in England, transact business.

Example Sentences for

Admiralty

1) Outside the rain had ceased, and through the swiftly passing clouds, the pale rays of an after-storm sun shone upon the beautiful white coast of Kent and the quaint, irregular houses that clustered round the Admiralty Pier.
2) He had been out half an hour earlier, and had gone to the Admiralty Pier, only to find that neither the French packet nor any privately chartered vessel could put out of Dover yet.
3) She had felt very chilly, and was glad of the cheerful blaze in the hearth: but gradually, as time wore on, the weather became more rough, and the sound of the great breakers against the Admiralty Pier, though some distance from the inn, came to her as the noise of muffled thunder.
4) Angoon -LRB- sometimes formerly spelled Angun -RRB- is a city on Admiralty Island in Hoonah-Angoon Census Area , Alaska , United States
5) She had felt very chilly, and was glad of the cheerful blaze in the hearth: but gradually, as time wore on, the weather became more rough, and the sound of the great breakers against the Admiralty Pier, though some distance from the inn, came to her as the noise of muffled thunder.
6) Outside the rain had ceased, and through the swiftly passing clouds, the pale rays of an after-storm sun shone upon the beautiful white coast of Kent and the quaint, irregular houses that clustered round the Admiralty Pier.
7) His father , a close friend of Frederick , Prince of Wales and King George III , had served in the Cabinet as First Lord of the Admiralty , but died when Perceval was ten
8) The first recorded European discovery of Sydney Harbour , was by Lt James Cook in 1770 - Cook named the inlet after Sir George Jackson , -LRB- one of the Lord Commissioners of the British Admiralty , and Judge Advocate of the Fleet -RRB-
9) He had been out half an hour earlier, and had gone to the Admiralty Pier, only to find that neither the French packet nor any privately chartered vessel could put out of Dover yet.
10) Sir Richard was appointed by the High Court of the Admiralty to set up the first English law court in the New World in 1615 in Trinity
11) Sir Richard was selected by the High Court of the Admiralty to set up the first English law court in the New World in 1615 in Trinity