Some articles on moot:
... All India Moot Court Competition, Samskruti - a cultural fest, and Yakshotsava - a competition for college students in Yakshagana, the performing Art of ... SDM has a unique credit in its name, by successfully conducting All India Moot Court Competition,in 2006 October, when there was widespread communal violence and Curfew was declared in the ... SDM sends its budding lawyers to different moot court competitions, including the reputed Bar Council of India moot, every year ...
... Christopher Poole's actual name (previously known only as moot) was revealed on July 9, 2008, in The Wall Street Journal ... don't even know his real name," he claimed to identify moot as Christopher Poole ... admitted that there was an outside chance that Christopher Poole was not moot's real name, rather an obscure reference to a 4chan inside joke ...
... a bell, which was fitted upon or beside the moot hill, especially when a date for the meeting had not been previously set ... have been employed, namely that of raising a flag at the Bore stone a prominent site near the moot hill ... The Tarbolton moot was still used for lighting bonfires up until the 19th-century at least and the name Shinny Hill is suggestive of traditional bonfires a 'Shinicle' being a halloween ...
... Poole's actual name (previously known only as moot) was revealed on July 9, 2008, in The Wall Street Journal ... even know his real name," he claimed to identify moot as Christopher Poole. 10, Grossman admitted that there was an outside chance that Christopher Poole was not moot's real name, rather an obscure reference to a 4chan inside joke ...
More definitions of "moot":
- (noun): A hypothetical case that law students argue as an exercise.
Example: "He organized the weekly moot"
Famous quotes containing the word moot:
“It is moot whether there be divinities
As I finish this play by Webster:
The street-cars are still running however
And the katharsis fades in the warm water of a yawn.”
—Allen Tate (18991979)
“For I am shave as neigh as any frere.
But yit I praye unto youre curteisye:
Beeth hevy again, or elles moot I die.”
—Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?1400)