personal judgement

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a judgment rendered against an individual (or corporation) for the payment of money damages

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They expose nothing more than a lapse in personal judgement.
It can be personal judgement but if people want to carry on driving then we can help," she said.
But that doesn't make them any better at decision-making or personal judgement in their own lives.
Paul Sherlock, a British-Irish expatriate, said it was ultimately a personal judgement call.
Blackmore thus shows the extent to which the encounter between doctor and ex-soldier was a profoundly unequal one, involving moral and personal judgement in the interstices of medical knowledge.
Anyway, clear lack of personal judgement aside, Brand's a funny bloke and that's why he's still here and why you've bothered to read this far.
The balancing act between safety and efficiency is a very tricky one, but we need to give our security agents manning the passenger and crew checkpoint the power to use their own personal judgement at all times.
Catholic education equips its students to enter into a pluralist society with wisdom and discernment, with principles and virtues, rather than with the purely political values of tolerance and the suspension of personal judgement.
It was a drama including a suspicious death at the beginning, leading to a mystery story, encouraging the audience to make their personal judgement on whom they thought was the guilty party.
But Eriksson clearly prefers to rely on instinct, experience and personal judgement - and that meant 35-year-old Martyn starting.
The freedom to interpret historical evidence into a one-sided argument has not been granted and students are still forced to argue a case for both sides before a short conclusion is used to express a personal judgement.
effeminacy, a personal judgement that bolstered the Anglican Broad
The suit also claimed that Shalala's actions unlawfully substituted her personal judgement for that of medical professionals.
While losing none of her resistant individuality and taste for experiment, she gains, through her grandmother's Socratic method, the ability to think analytically and develop disciplined understanding and personal judgement.
Obviously he wields considerable power and his personal judgement carries a lot of weight, but the whole process is open to public scrutiny and has to be seen to be fair.
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