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- n. Obsolete form of verdict.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Verdict.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Obsolete forms of verdict.
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Prosecutors recommended a 15-year prison term plus a fine of NT$30 million for Sheih, but the Taipei District Court finally gave him an "innocence" verdit in August 2008.
TODD: A conclusion that could come any day now, when the judges announce their verdit and sentance.
Be charged upon your oaths to give verdit directly,
Thakrey thumbs down my name is khan thumbs up its People's verdit ...? en Español
Meanwhile, markets are also awaiting a verdit on interest rates.
If I gave this thing a guilty verdit, large scary men would find me and probably do very horrible things to me.
And if he should know that I should as they say, giue my verdit for any one but himselfe, I should heare of it throughly: For I tell you friend, he puts all his priuities in me.
In addition, decision may have been influenced by a series of high profile losses for the US Attorneys Office in the Southern District in securities / while collar cases, including a recent acquittal of a stock trader who worked for a NYSE specialist and a mixed verdit in the KPMG case