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  • v. Present participle of forejudge.


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  • This is to assume high ground; but the idea that a man's profession or trade cannot be constitutionally interfered with by legislative enactments, seems scarcely tenable, and especially, so far as the profession of the law is concerned, in view of the absolute power with which every court is clothed, both as to the admission of their attorneys, and forejudging or striking them from the roll.

    An Essay on Professional Ethics Second Edition

  • In regard to the nonrecognition of Payne, the third fact adduced by the prosecution against Mrs. Surratt, we incline to the opinion that, to all minds not forejudging, the testimony of Miss Anna

    The World's Best Orations, Vol. 1 (of 10)

  • He seemed less prone than his colleagues to forejudging.

    Mistress Wilding


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