adjudicate


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Synonyms for adjudicate

Synonyms for adjudicate

to make a decision about (a controversy or dispute, for example) after deliberation, as in a court of law

Synonyms for adjudicate

put on trial or hear a case and sit as the judge at the trial of

bring to an end

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We adjudicate West Nile virus claims similar to how we adjudicate workers who have similar exposures in their employment in that, what we are looking for is an exposure to a mosquito possibly carrying the West Nile virus and a condition diagnosed as West Nile virus," says Broad.
And the justice system is under severe strain already, barely able to adjudicate the normal run of criminal cases assigned to it.
Taken all together, the presenters adjudicate racism and all that fosters it, even among well-meaning Christians otherwise ignorant of their part in it.
14] Of the ubiquitous boundary quarrels between neighbors and proprietors that justices of the peace (Jps) would later adjudicate in a matter of days by going directly to the site of contention, two such cases took three years and twenty months, respectively, at Conac.
These alternatives -- such as preparation of a statistical summary or the production of the information either in camera or subject to a protective order -- would satisfy the court's need for information necessary to adjudicate the disparate treatment claim without identifying particular taxpayers.
The OPM would design a long term care insurance package, manage its acquisition, negotiate premiums, and adjudicate disputed claims.
And Dwyer, speaking after England lock Martin Johnson escaped a sending- off for trampling on the throat of Scottish centre John Leslie at Twickenham,called for a disciplinary panel to adjudicate.
For example, federal funds would be made available to states and local governments to develop and advance prevention and intervention programs and for programs that adjudicate or sanction juvenile crimes.
Tenders are invited for Hearing Officer to Adjudicate Utility Complaints from District of Columbia Consumers.
It's been 85 years since women won the right to vote in 1920, and a whole new generation of women voters has arrived who would benefit from knowing the long, hard, frustrating, long-odds struggle to provide them with an equal opportunity to participate in every facet of American political life from determining candidacies, to running and holding office, but most fundamentally--the write to cast a ballot to determine who will make, administer, and adjudicate the laws under which they and their families must live.