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Magistrate

Mag´is`trate
n.1.A person clothed with power as a public civil officer; a public civil officer invested with the executive government, or some branch of it.
Noun1.Magistratemagistrate - a public official authorized to decide questions bought before a court of justice
Synonyms: judge, jurist, justice

MAGISTRATE, mun. law. A public civil officer, invested with some part of the legislative, executive, or judicial power given by the constitution. In a narrower sense this term includes only inferior judicial officers, as justices of the peace.
     2. The president of the United States is the chief magistrate of this nation; the governors are the chief magistrates of their respective states.
     3. It is the duty of all magistrates to exercise the power, vested in them for the good of the people, according to law, and with zeal and fidelity. A neglect on the part of a magistrate to exercise the functions of his office, when required by law, is a misdemeanor. Vide 15 Vin. Ab. 144; Ayl. Pand. tit. 22; Dig. 30, 16, 57; Merl. Rep. h.t.; 13 Pick. R. 523.

To see a magistrate in your dream, signifies that you will be involved in a lawsuit or experience loss in business.JP, Justice, alderman, arbiter, arbitrator, archon, bailie, beak, bencher, burghermaster, burgomaster, cabinet member, cabinet minister, chancellor, chief executive, chief executive officer, city councilman, city father, city manager, commissar, commissioner, councillor, councilman, councilwoman, county commissioner, county supervisor, court, critic, dean, elder, executive, executive director, executive officer, executive secretary, headman, his honor, his lordship, his worship, impartial arbitrator, indicator, induna, justice, legislator, lord mayor, maire, management, managing director, mayor, minister, minister of state, moderator, officer, official, portreeve, prefect, president, prexy, provost, reeve, referee, secretary, secretary of state, selectman, supervisor, syndic, the administration, third party, treasurer, umpire, unbiased observer, undersecretary, vice-chancellor, vice-president, warden
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