Ambit [noun]

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Now interestingly enough, a recent discovery has rather reinforced the architectural ambit of the Dionysiac Villa.

Against this it was maintained that Kimberley was outside the ambit of the army's high and mighty consideration.

The correctional courts mentioned deal with the graver offences which are outside the ambit of the juge de paix.

I saw for the first time an horizon as an arc suggesting how wide is our ambit.

This simile to Nonconformity also holds good a little when we seek to ascertain the ambit of Richardson's popularity.

The whole surface of my ambit was spread out like a miniature map in my eye, and continues to be.

He is dependent on matters beyond his control, and a will beyond his narrow ambit.

The purpose was manifestly to make the ambit of review under the Act at least as wide as at common law.

Is there jurisdiction in the Courts to review in such a context as this taking into account the ambit of ss.

But he determined the key to the solution lay within that ambit.