Definition of Crowners
1. crowner [n] - See also: crowner
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crowners
Literary usage of Crowners
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The King's Coroner: Being a Complete Collection of the Statutes Relating to by Richard Henslowe Wellington (1905)
"... to choose the crowners within the said County of Flint, shall be directed out of the Exchequer of Chester. ..."
2. Les Reportes Del Cases in Camera Stellata, 1593 to 1609: From the Original by England and Wales Court of Star Chamber, John Hawarde, William Paley Baildon (1894)
"... that the crowners mighte viewe the bodye; ... he wrote to the crowners theise ... the 2 crowners soone after ..."
3. The History of Long Melford by William Parker (1873)
"... on whom the crowners queste sate. Query: What place is here meant 1 1634, April 21.—Richard Loxton, master of Musique and servant to the Right ..."