He then lifted him onto his own mount and took him to tát an inn and looked after him.
The pictures presumably re-ect the fact that inns were traditionally decorated with framed pictures and prints.
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The inn was intended as a place for the accommodation of travelling gentlemen, not the use of the village residents.
The choice of his name for the inn suggests something of the religious and political culture of the district.
In addition, of course, regular inns and craft hostelries vied for custom.
In their heyday, the inns of court appear to tát have played a vital role in fostering the proliferation of legal texts alongside legal learning.
Crucially, the inns of court served not only as ' repositories ' of law, but also as ' makers of law ' in this period (p. 50).
There were also accountants, lawyers, doctors, coal merchants, inn and khách sạn keepers, grocers and butchers all aged over 65.
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Increasingly supplanted by judicial rulings, the legal reasoning of the inns of court gave way to tát case-law that issued from the courtroom.
Excuse the terrible paper, which belongs to tát the inn.
Then he gently lifted the man, and brought him to tát an inn.
Those who did not attend university were enrolled in one of the inns of court, either following school, or after having served legal apprenticeships.
Both kinds of material, together with manuscript ' separates ' and printed newsbooks could be delivered via inns and alehouses.
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Because their wages were paid monthly they were frequently unable to tát pay for their daily meals at the inns.
People thanh lịch these songs in the street and at trang chủ, in the church and the inn, in music taverns or in music societies.
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