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one (as a judge) who examines and settles a case
trier, attempter, essayernoun
one who tries
One who tries judicially.
A city in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, on the banks of the Moselle river.
Etymology: Ultimately from the name of the settlement, Augusta Treverorum, taken from the name of a local tribe of Gauls.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: from try.
The ingenious triers of the German experiment found, that their glass vessel was lighter when the air had been drawn out than before by an ounce and very near a third. Boyle.
Courts of justice are bound to take notice of acts of parliament, and whether they are truly pleaded or not; and therefore they are the triers of them. Matthew Hale.
There should be certain triers or examiners appointed by the state to inspect the genius of every particular boy. Spect.
You were used
To say, extremity was the trier of spirits;
That common chances common men could bear. William Shakespeare.
one who tries; one who makes experiments; one who examines anything by a test or standard
one who tries judicially
a person appointed according to law to try challenges of jurors; a trior
that which tries or approves; a test
Trier, historically called Treves in English, is a city in Germany on the banks of the Moselle. It is the oldest city in Germany, founded in or before 16 BC. Trier lies in a valley between low vine-covered hills of ruddy sandstone in the west of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate, near the border with Luxembourg and within the important Mosel wine region. The city is the oldest seat of a Christian bishop north of the Alps. In the Middle Ages, the Archbishop of Trier was an important prince of the church, as the Archbishopric of Trier controlled land from the French border to the Rhine. The Archbishop also had great significance as one of the seven electors of the Holy Roman Empire. With an approximate population of 105,000 Trier is ranked fourth among the state's largest cities; after Mainz, Ludwigshafen, and Koblenz. The nearest large cities in Germany are Saarbrücken, some 80 km southeast, and Koblenz, about 100 km northeast. The closest city to Trier is the capital of Luxembourg, some 50 km to the southwest. Trier is home to the University of Trier, the administration of the Trier-Saarburg district and the seat of the ADD, which until 1999 was the borough authority of Trier, and the Academy of European Law. It is one of the five "central places" of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate. Along with Luxembourg, Metz and Saarbrücken, fellow constituent members of the QuattroPole union of cities, it also forms a central place of the greater region encompassing Saar-Lor-Lux, Rhineland-Palatinate, and Wallonia.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
trī′ėr, n. one who tries by experiment: one who tries, as a judge: one of Cromwell's commissioners for examining into the qualifications of ministers: (Shak.) one who brings to the test, a test.
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
(anc. Augusta Trevirorum). A town of Rhenish Prussia, on the right bank of the Moselle, 65 miles southwest from Coblentz. Treves derives its name from the Treviri, or Treveri (which see). Their capital, Augusta Trevirorum, became a Roman colony in the time of Augustus, and ultimately became the headquarters of the Roman commanders on the Rhine, and a frequent residence of the emperors. Under the Franks, into whose hands it fell in 463, it continued to flourish. In 843 it passed to Lorraine; in 870 to Germany; in 895 back to Lorraine, and finally was united to Germany by the emperor Henry I. Since 1814, Treves has belonged to Prussia.
The numerical value of Trier in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of Trier in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
As the final trier of fact in the use-of-force investigation and disciplinary process, the premature decision by the chief essentially renders the investigation process void, by making his opinion public without having all the facts, he influences the investigation for all parties involved, including his command officers and the public.
As the final trier of fact in the use-of-force investigation and disciplinary process, the premature decision by the chief essentially renders the investigation process void, by making his opinion public without having all the faces, he influences the investigation for all parties involved, including his command officers and the public.
Based on the changes in the law and the consideration of the additional evidence now available to this court that may not have been available to the trier of fact ... Mr. McCullough's petition is granted.
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