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King's Counsel (plural King's Counsels)
- In the United Kingdom, a barrister selected to serve as counsel for the British Crown. First used in 1689.
- In Canada, an honorific status conferred by the federal or provincial governments to senior or meritorious lawyers.
a barrister (UK)
an honorific status (Canada)
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