doctors' commons definition

  • noun-plural:
    • someplace near St. Paul's Churchyard in London where in fact the physicians of civil law used to common together, and where had been the ecclesiastical and admiralty courts and workplaces having jurisdiction of wedding permits, divorces, subscription of wills, etc.
    • a location near St. Paul's Churchyard in London where in fact the doctors of civil-law used to common together, and in which were the ecclesiastical and admiralty process of law and offices having jurisdiction of wedding licenses, divorces, registration of wills, etc.
    • somewhere near St. Paul's Churchyard in London where in actuality the medical practioners of civil law familiar with common collectively, and where had been the ecclesiastical and admiralty process of law and offices having jurisdiction of relationship licenses, divorces, registration of wills, etc.
    • a place near St. Paul's Churchyard in London where in actuality the health practitioners of civil-law regularly common collectively, and in which had been the ecclesiastical and admiralty process of law and offices having jurisdiction of marriage permits, divorces, subscription of wills, etc.
  • noun:
    • See under Commons.
    • See under Commons.
    • See under Commons.
    • See under Commons.
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