Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of adjudge.

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Examples

  • Factor in Booth adjudging that Routledge had later fouled Matt Mills when the replay indicated Reading's captain jumped out of the way and there was enough for Warnock to carry on the argument in the tunnel as the teams trooped off.

    Reading 0-1 QPR | Championship match report

  • And I thought of my own spacious West, with room under its sky and unlimited air for a thousand Londons; and here was this man, a steady and reliable man, never missing a night's work, frugal and honest, lodging in one room with two other men, paying two dollars and a half per month for it, and out of his experience adjudging it to be the best he could do!

    A MAN AND THE ABYSS

  • "I was surprised by its overall coherence," Trudeau tells Comic Riffs, adjudging his opus many months after completing the edit.

    Riffs' Best Books of 2010: Trudeau reflects on 40 years of 'DOONESBURY'

  • The concept embraces that species of fraud which does or attempts to, defile the Court itself, or is a fraud perpetrated by officers of the court so that the judicial machinery cannot perform in the usual manner its impartial task of adjudging cases presented for adjudication.

    Siegelman's Judge Committed Fraud on the Court

  • However responsibly you believe that you are conducting yourself in adjudging that Blago is unfit to appoint, you cannot ensure that subsequent Senates seeking to use the same power would use it responsibly.

    Obama: "I Agree" With Senate Dems On Not Seating Burris

  • Never read any book by Kate Atkinson, but I read The White Tiger last year and I was very disappointed. i could not help but feel that in a bid to upturn the serious image of the Booker, the judges made an error in adjudging this book the winner.

    Two Great Books

  • Out of still greater politeness, I believe them; but I nevertheless assert, that they never found this rule of good manners in the legal code of Lapland, any more than in the constitutions of Germany, in the ordinances of the king of France, or in the “Statutes at Large” of England, any positive law, adjudging the right of cuissage to the barons.

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • The adjudging of the arms of Achilles takes place, and Odysseus, by the contriving of Athena, gains them.

    Hesiod, Homeric Hymns, and Homerica

  • There are a number of factors that must be considered when adjudging a free speech issue.

    Take Limbaugh Off the Air in Iraq

  • Unless he took the phone and planted in the mail box, why is that relevant, except to show the judge was looking to punish the drunken stupidity of the group by adjudging guilty one member of the group who performed the last act in a series of actions?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Illegal To Use Nonlethal Self-Defense If You Can Safely Retreat?

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