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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of judg.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of judge.


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  • The relevance of a Twitter follower can be judged from the extent of any overlap between their followers and your own.

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  • The style of his work can be judged from a review of Liaisons, which praised a racy, colloquial and accurate translation, a concise, well-honed, elegant introduction and helpful and informative notes.

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  • Skiers whizzed by me spraying snow, as my brain judged the pros and cons in its spartan gray courtroom.

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  • How photo contests are judged is often shrouded in mystery and confusion.

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  • He (Muhammad, the Islamic messiah) observed: 'Your lack of common sense (can be well judged from the fact) that the evidence of two women is equal to one man, that is a proof of the lack of common sense.' ...

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  • Just when the flashes (as judged from the embankment) of lightning occur, this point M1 naturally coincides with the point M but it moves … with the velocity … of the train.

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  • But, if you had judged from the numbers of people on their way to friendly gatherings, you might have thought that no one was at home to give them welcome when they got there, instead of every house expecting company, and piling up its fires half-chimney high.

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  • The Association administers the test that admits new gondoliers, and despite years of practice and a bricklayer's physique, they have once again judged that Alexandra lacked that certain elusive quality that a good gondolier must have.


  • During his visits he was told that the prison contained 3,000 (sic) inmates. capacity could not be judged from the mess hall facilities because many PW took their food back to their sleeping quarters to eat, so the mess hall did not have to hold the whole inmate population at one time.


  • Their guilt can be judged from the conduct of the English in June 1862.

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