Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act or process of adjudicating; adjudication.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Adjudication.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun An act of adjudication; a judgment.

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Examples

  • When England went into the collapse cycle, that court fell back into the Supreme Court adjudicature.

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  • This Act might have been all right in principle, but it was useless in practice, and the compensation made to the County Court Judge for adjudicature came to far more than the amount awarded.

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  • THIS decision by a final court of adjudicature, expresses in no uncertain terms the now generally estimated value of evidence which science may reveal.

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  • This Act might have been all right in principle, but it was useless in practice, and the compensation made to the County Court Judge for adjudicature came to far more than the amount awarded.

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  • The congress resolves that a committee be appointed to address communications to the principal political, religious, commercial, and labor and peace organizations, requesting them to send petitions to the governmental authorities praying that measures be taken for the formation of suitable tribunals for the adjudicature of international questions so as to avoid the resort to war.

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