What is another word for stipendiary?

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[ stˈa͡ɪpndjəɹɪ], [ stˈa‍ɪpndjəɹɪ], [ s_t_ˈaɪ_p_n_d_j_ə_ɹ_ɪ]

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How to use "Stipendiary" in context?

One of the most interesting aspects of the English legal system is the way in which judges are appointed. In England, judges are known as stipendiary judges, which means that they are not professional judges, but instead are appointed by the government to sit as judges in specific cases. This system is different from the more common system in which judges are appointed by the government and then become professional judges. In the English system, the government appoints a stipendiary judge to sit as a judge in a specific case, and the stipendiary judge is paid a stipend to cover the costs of their work.

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