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ancients

Noun1.ancients - people who lived in times long past (especially during the historical period before the fall of the Roman Empire in western Europe)

ANCIENTS, English law. A term for gentlemen in the Inns of Courts who are of a certain standing. In the Middle Temple, all who have passed their readings are termed ancients. In Gray's Inn, the ancients are the oldest barristers; besides which the society consists of benchers, barristers and students. In the Inas of Chancery, it consists of ancients, and students or clerks.

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ancien regime
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ancient history
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ancient pine
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-- ancients --
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