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  • n. Plural form of verdict.

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Examples

  • Bolton noted that "This has prompted some Republicans to muse privately about whether Sotomayor is suggesting that distinctive Puerto Rican cuisine … would somehow, in some small way influence her verdicts from the bench."

    PIG’S FEET is the new MUSLIM

  • What a lot of people do not understand about verdicts is that there are frequently two components: damages and punitive damages.

    Predatory stuff.

  • According to Hill reporter Alexander Bolton, "This has prompted some Republicans to muse privately about whether Sotomayor is suggesting that distinctive Puerto Rican cuisine such as patitas de cerdo con garbanzo -- pigs 'tongue and ears -- would somehow, in some small way influence her verdicts from the bench."

    Flailings -- In a Pig's Foot

  • I get the feeling we'll hear a lot of "she exceeded expectations" verdicts from the punditry.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • Thirteen years to the day after he was found not guilty of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, "The Juice," Orenthal James Simpson, finally heard a succession of guilty verdicts from a jury of his peers.

    Guilty! | The Stiletto Gang

  • Perhaps if enough claims alleging discrimination due to family responsibilities are successful and result in verdicts in excess of one million dollars, legal employers will take notice and begin to make much-needed changes.

    Finding Balance

  • Italy's players were certainly not thinking about their uncertain future after Fabio Grosso converted the decisive penalty kick in the shootout, or the verdicts from a sports tribunal looking into the allegations, which could come with celebrations still in full swing.

    USATODAY.com - Scandal inspires Italy to World Cup win

  • I get the feeling we'll hear a lot of "she exceeded expectations" verdicts from the punditry. "

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • For many faith leaders, especially those in South L.A., the period between the beating and the verdicts was a time of foreboding; a non-guilty verdict would mean disaster for their communities.

    Brie Loskota: Rodney, Riots And Religious Engagement: Reflections On The 20th Anniversary Of The Rodney King Beating

  • The verdicts were a rare instance of Pakistani security forces being held publicly accountable over human rights abuses, which are allegedly widespread.

    Pakistani Soldier Gets Death Sentence in Shooting

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