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Definition of "military tribunal" []

  • A military court designed to try members of enemy forces during times of war. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "military tribunal" in a sentence
  • "'J'accuse,' the military tribunal which had acquitted Commandant Esterhazy."
  • "And I have mined books written by al-Qaeda’s leaders and former Taliban officials; thousands of pages of transcripts of U.S. military tribunal proceedings of prisoners held at Guantánamo Bay; first-hand accounts about al-Qaeda from newspapers from around the Muslim world; and a trove of al-Qaeda-related documents and publications going back to the late 1980s that I have collected over the years."