Magna Carta

Definition of "Magna Carta"
  1. A historical English document that played a crucial role in establishing common law and statutes, forming the foundation for today's individual rights
How to use "Magna Carta" in a sentence
  1. The Magna Carta has been used as a reference in forming the basis for human rights legislation.
  2. The principles of the Magna Carta influence current legal proceedings even though it was signed centuries ago.
  3. Even though it was intended for the nobility, the Magna Carta later formed the foundation for individual rights.

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