1 definition by Lauren Byjoves

Originally used by Aristocratic satirists in the 17th century during stringent censorship to describe an act of parliament which was deemed truly unbelievable by free thinking liberalists
Parliament quoted on the housing and sanitary bill have passed the act of nobilty stating that only person's of nobile descent have rights to clean water and council grants. Reported by Gordon Bennet for the Daily Times
by Lauren Byjoves April 20, 2005

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