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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of adjudge.


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  • But judges adjudges according to laws the parlement TBMM approved.

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  • It sees the infinite behind all things finite and it adjudges the value of the finite by higher infinite values of which they are the imperfect translation and towards which. to a truer expression of them., they are always trying to arrive.

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  • Therefore, based on the court ` s review and analysis of arguments, testimony and materials presented to it, the court orders and adjudges as follows.

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  • The court orders and adjudges as follows: Richard Millstein, Esquire, as the guardian ad litem for Dannielynn Hope Marshall Stern, is awarded custody of the remains of Anna Nicole Smith.

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  • Therefore, based on the court's review and analysis of argument, testimony and materials presented to it, the court orders and adjudges as follows.

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  • And Jupiter afterwards adjudges the victory to Menelaus in these words:

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  • Pushkin he adjudges a splendid poet, and one who has done honour to Holy Russia.

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  • [16] On the other side of the fence, Galot's colleague at Rome's Gregorian University, Rev. Gerald O'Collins, S.J., author of The Easter Jesus and other works in Christology, adjudges Schillebeeckx "entirely orthodox" on the questions of the divinity and resurrection of Jesus.

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  • However the Toynbee or the Gibbon of the future adjudges what happened to American society, he will need to reckon large with the impact of radio and television.

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  • It is lawful to fight the elements when they threaten destruction, to save crops in an interval of fine weather when delay would mean a risk; to cater to public conveniences which custom adjudges necessary, -- and by custom we mean that which has at least the implicit sanction of authority, -- such as public conveyances, pharmacies, hotels, etc.

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