Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A Middle English form of judge.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. obsolete A judge.
“Selecting a juge is more like selecting a God, someone with no color, no race, no past sins, full of wisdom and courage, free of emotions; who cannot be intimidated and corrupted and whose decision cannot be appealed and reversed.”
“Every single one I've seen involves the guy having long scraggly (usually blonde hair and the stylist chopping it off and the "Fab 5" grooming guy telling him to "juge" (jooj? juuj?”
“Forbes BrowneDundee• In the TV series Spiral G2, 4 April, I was intrigued to see the juge d'instruction say the French justice system was "better" than in England or the US.”
“Other then that you shouldnt juge a book by the cover.”
“Can CNN please give us regular updates on where John Edward's is each day and the latest scoop on his baby news? juge”
“How about being a part of the solution instead of a perpetual voice of dissidence, Church? juge”
“I hope these capitol hill munchkins will listen o the American people and stop the madness. juge”
“Stupak and Nelson must be called "the betrayers of core Democratic Party principles" that they are. juge”
“As the Democrats seem to be on the right side juge”
“To be sincere all republican arguments are often arbitrary in nature and no one should take them seriously!! juge”
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