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Synonyms for judgment

Synonyms for judgment

a position arrived at by reasoning from premises or general principles

the ability to make sensible decisions

the act or result of judging the worth or value of something or someone

an authoritative or official decision, especially one made by a court

a judicial decision, especially one setting the punishment to be inflicted on a convicted person

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Synonyms for judgment

an opinion formed by judging something

the cognitive process of reaching a decision or drawing conclusions

the capacity to assess situations or circumstances shrewdly and to draw sound conclusions

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In Elite Erectors the court notes, "[a] judgment may be registered in many districts, and it would not make much sense to allow each of these districts to modify the judgment under Rule 60(b), potentially in different ways.
Bias (direction of judgment errors) and accuracy (magnitude of judgment errors) measures of self-efficacy calibration were computed according to procedures suggested by Pajares and Graham (1999), Pajares and Miller (1997), Schraw et al.
The unanimous Supreme Court judgment said that "the church exerted sufficient control over the operations at the residential school that gave rise to the wrong to be found vicariously liable with Canada.
This demonstrates the enduring value of the judgment route to the credit industry.
This article is an attempt to prove the proposition that under present law there is no time limit on which a judgment in Florida may be executed.
As part of her punishment for her involuntary manslaughter conviction, Leslie Smoot, 49, was ordered to pay restitution in accordance with any judgment in the civil lawsuit filed by the boys' parents, who were not in court Thursday.
R initially included the entire judgment in his gross income and attempted to deduct the fees paid.
In a recent survey of directors from American Camping Association (ACA) accredited camps in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan, hard skills were ranked last among soft skills and judgment in terms of importance for wilderness trip leaders (Sheridan 2003).
If the court affords instant judgment in matters of high profile, the public and the media are apt to view the court in a positive light.
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Artforum senior editor ERIC BANKS looks back at de Duve's germinal essay, which no doubt meets the Belgian theoretician's own criterion for valid art-historical judgment.