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1. Moot is a community platform dedicated to gamers who enjoy sharing up-to-date information about the games they play

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2. By implementing a game-like reward system for content creators, Moot brings fresh and unique content that gamers won't see anywhere else.

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3. Noun Moot derives from gemōt, an Old English name for a judicial court

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4. Originally, Moot named either the court itself or an argument that might be debated by one.

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5. Of little or no practical value, meaning, or relevance; purely academic: In practical terms, the issue of her application is Moot because the deadline has passed

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6. Usage Note: The adjective Moot is originally a legal term going back to the 1500s

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7. It derives from the noun Moot in its sense of a hypothetical case argued as an exercise by law students

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8. The noun Moot in turn goes back to an Old English word meaning "a meeting, especially one convened for legislative or judicial purposes."

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9. Moot refers to a subject for academic argument

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10. Moot court is a cocurricular or extracurricular activity in law school where students have the opportunity to write briefs and present oral arguments on hypothetical cases

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11. Moot goes back to pre-Norman-Conquest England, when it referred to a collective assembly for meting out justice

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12. Moot refers to both one of the couple admins of the English chan site, 4chan, and something that is trivial, worthless, or down-right silly and unnecessary

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13. Moot's gonna ban your troll ass, and there's …

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15. "The adjective Moot is originally a legal term going back to the mid-16th century

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16. It derives from the noun Moot, in its sense of a hypothetical case argued as an exercise by law students

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17. Consequently, a Moot question is one that is arguable or open to debate.

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18. At Moots it doesn’t stop there

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21. The effect of periods of depression, such as 1903 and 1908, upon the proportion of low-grade tonnage is a Moot point

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22. Moot adjective (IN LAW) law mainly US specialized If a legal question is Moot, it does not need to be dealt with, because something has happened that solves the issue: The court's decision became Moot

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23. 1988), known online as Moot, is an American Internet entrepreneur.He is best known for founding the anonymous English-language imageboard 4chan in October 2003, as well as serving as the site's head administrator for more than 11 years before stepping down in January 2015

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24. A Moot court is one in which points are debated, but also one that is meaningless in the sense that it does not make any actual rulings or decide the outcome of real cases or contraveries

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25. So Moot comes to mean “irrelevant” or “not real” by extension

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26. True, a Moot was originally a meeting like a tribal council

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27. The Moot is a land of gently rolling hills and grasslands that slopes upward gradually until the land rises in the Greenleaf Hills of the southeast, where farmers raise many famous varieties of tobacco, such as Fogmaker Red, Aver Prime Blend, and the notoriously strong Fumigator.

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28. Mootness, in American law: a point where further proceedings have lost practical significance, whereas in British law, Mootness means that the issue remains debatable; Moot court, an activity in many law schools where participants take part in simulated court proceedings; Moot, the pseudonym for Christopher Poole (born c

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29. Moot (adj.) "debatable, subject to discussion," by 1650s, from Moot case (1570s), earlier simply Moot (n.) in the specialized sense "discussion of a hypothetical law case" (1530s) in law student jargon

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30. Mootness arises when there is no longer an actual controversy between the parties to

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31. The Moot involves a dispute arising out of a contract of sale between two countries that are party to the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods.

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32. For example, Whether Shakespeare actually wrote the poem remains a Moot point …

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33. Word forms: 3rd person singular present tense Moots, present participle Mooting, past tense, past participle Mooted 1

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34. Verb [usually passive] If a plan, idea, or subject is Mooted, it is suggested or introduced for discussion.

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35. The adjective Moot has been around since the 1500s and was originally a legal term

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36. It comes from the noun Moot described above as a hypothetical case that law students would argue as practice

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37. As a result, a Moot question became one that is debatable or open for argument.

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38. Moot point A point, aspect, or topic that is no longer relevant or can no longer be questioned or debated

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39. Whether or not he's the best person for the job is a Moot point now that he's tenured

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40. A: "Have you looked at Harvard's program?" B: "That's a bit of a Moot point, don't you think? I've already accepted a place at NYU." See also: Moot, point Farlex

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41. Examples from the Corpus Moot • Even if Proposition 559 passes, it will become Moot if the Supreme Court says it's unconstitutional

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42. • It is a Moot point whether hierarchies exist outside our own thought processes

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43. • It's a Moot point whether this is censorship

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44. • Quite how long Lord Young was proposing to delay publication is a Moot point.

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45. In the common phrase Moot point, Moot means (1) of no importance or (2) merely hypothetical.This is where Moot most often gets confused with the adjective mute, which means (1) refraining from making sound or (2) silent.

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46. Moot also has a verb definition—to bring up for debate—that is almost nonexistent in American English and rare in British English.

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47. Because the cases in a “Moot court” were deemed “hypothetical”, the particular definition started to take precedence or dominating the original meaning of the word “Moot

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48. Here are a few sentences that use “Moot” in the legal context: The case is now Moot as the defendant has paid the sum

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49. The statute of limitations will Moot

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51. Moot is a community platform dedicated to streamlining the Looking for Group process, as well as sharing up-to-date news, spicy memes, helpful guides, and more about today’s most popular games.

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52. The Volokh Conspiracy » Moot Court

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53. Nothing in Moot court, as practiced in law school, prepares you for that question/statement

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54. The Volokh Conspiracy » Moot Court “And simultaneously disappointed.” Moot is the founder of an online community called 4chan, located at 4chan

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55. Moot: 1 adj of no legal significance (as having been previously decided) Synonyms: irrelevant having no bearing on or connection with the subject at issue adj open to argument or debate “that is a Moot question” Synonyms: arguable , debatable , disputable controversial marked by or capable of arousing controversy v bring up a topic for

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56. In such a case, the matter is said to be "Moot".

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57. Moot underwear is handmade in England

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58. ‘The Moot is tomorrow, my point of law absurdly impossible to argue, and the prospect of sleep tonight absurdly impossible to contemplate.’ ‘I won the Moot, despite having to argue an unwinnable point of law.’ ‘I had never studied international law before the gruelling four months of my life that the Moot eventually consumed.’

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59. Moot court members research their respective sides, write appellate briefs, and present oral arguments in front of the judges

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60. Oral argument is typically the only chance an attorney has in an appellate court to verbally argue his case in person to a panel of judges, so Moot court can be a great proving ground

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61. A Moot case was a hypothetical case proposed for discussion in a 'Moot' of law students (i.e., the word was once a noun)

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62. Law schools, students practice arguing hypothetical cases before appellate courts in Moot court

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63. "From that sense of Moot derived the extended

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64. Moot topped United States trends on Twitter Wednesday morning shortly after President Donald Trump included the word in tweet attacking the "fake news" press, then deleted it and reposted the

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65. The Moot will be held on July 18th-28th 2022

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66. The Moot’s entry point (a Dublin City Centre location) and departure point (Malahide Castle) are both in Dublin

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67. We commit to praying for each other, for instance by saying the Moot Collect each day

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68. We create opportunities for friendship and support within Moot including: Mini-Moots, social occasions and time away

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71. Moot Shanghai is a pre-Moot in advance of the Willem C

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72. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot

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73. The Moot is intended to stimulate the study of international commercial law, especially the legal texts prepared by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), and the use of international commercial arbitration to resolve international commercial disputes

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74. Moot means unimportant or not worth talking about

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75. Moot and mute might seem like similar words at first glance, but they are pronounced differently

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76. Mute rhymes with cute, whereas Moot rhymes with boot

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77. Nevertheless, some people still mishear the phrase Moot point as mute point

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78. Since the judge has decided the child will live with her mother, the custody argument between the parents is Moot

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79. 🔊 Federal legislation will override the states’ concerns and make them Moot

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80. 🔊 Bill’s case was considered Moot and quickly dismissed by the local

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81. 25th Annual Stetson International Environmental Moot Court Competition International Finals will be held virtually on March 25-27, 2021

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Dictionary

MOOT [mo͞ot]

ADJECTIVE
moot (adjective)

VERB
moot (verb) · moots (third person present) · mooted (past tense) · mooted (past participle) · mooting (present participle)

  • raise (a question or topic) for discussion; suggest (an idea or possibility).
Synonyms: raise . bring up . broach . mention . put forward . introduce . advance . present . propose . suggest . submit . propound . air . ventilate .

NOUN
moot (noun) · moots (plural noun)

  • an assembly held for debate, especially in Anglo-Saxon and medieval times.
  • a regular gathering of people having a common interest.

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