See also:united with another, and so generally a
See also:companion. in particular a subordinate member of an institution or society, as an associate of the Royal Academy, or one holding a degree in a learned society
See also:lower than that of
See also:fellow . In
See also:law the associates are
See also:officers of the supreme
See also:court, whose duties are to draw up the
See also:list of causes, enter verdicts,
See also:hand the records to the parties, &c., and generally to conduct the business of trials . By. the Judicature (Officers)
See also:Act 1899 they were styled. masters of the supreme court, but the
See also:office is now amalgamated with the
See also:crown office department, of which they are clerks .
ASSOCIATION OF IDEAS, or MENTAL ASSOCIATION
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