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Inn, 1) the town-house of a nobleman: “thou most beauteous i.” R2 V, 1, 13.
2) a college of common law professors and students: “a must to the --s o' court,” H4B III, 2, 14. “Clement's i.” H4B III, 2, 14 “Gray's i.” H4B III, 2, 14 “in all the --s o' court,” H4B III, 2, 14 H6B IV, 7, 2.
3) a house of entertainment for travellers, a tavern: Err. I, 1, 54. I, 2, 14. I, 2, 14 H4A III, 3, 93 “(shall I not take mine ease in mine i.).” Mcb. III, 3, 7. Lr. I, 4, 265.
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