- n. plural of judgment
“Because many mortgages have been bought and sold by different institutions multiple times, key paperwork involved in the process to obtain foreclosure judgments is often missing.”
“The gist of his argument is that persons with scientific insight can dismiss as incompetent anyone who disagrees with them in judgments of value.”
“Another difficulty with such judgments is that each up-and-coming “generation” reacts to the societal environment in which they grow up.”
“The real cost of malpractice liability is limited to the cost of the actual resources consumed by such liability, principally the time of lawyers and expert witnesses (roughly half the total amount awarded in judgments goes to pay lawyers and expert witnesses), unless defensive medicine is assumed to cost more than its benefits in improving treatment outcomes.”
“So, what we bring to our judgments is inevitably based on who we are.”
“One of the realms in which people most refuse to make judgments is the realm of music.”
“Government and Steven Spielberg have more than $ 500,000.00 in judgments against him and they can't even collect .. but it is over at least as far as this chapter goes for now ...”
“Thus the validation of value judgments is to be achieved by reference to the facts of reality.”
“The standard of proof in passing these judgments is not what the crazies beleive it tobe.”
“My half-formed ability to make aesthetic judgments is telling me that this song has certain qualities that most people actually hate, but that I like.”
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