\ˈɔːdi͡əns kˈɔːt], \ˈɔːdiəns kˈɔːt], \ˈɔː_d_iə_n_s k_ˈɔː_t]\
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In English law. A court belonging to the Archbishop of Canterbury, having jurisdiction of matters of form only, as the confirmation of bishops, and the like. This court has the same authority with the Court of Arches, but is of inferior dignity and antiquity. The Dean of the Arches is the official auditor of the Audience' court. The Archbishop of York has also his Audience court.
By Henry Campbell Black
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