personal judgment


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

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Even if you take it down to the level of the human element producing these journalistic materials, the journalist or the opinion writer, you cannot expect him or her to be 'totally' free of bias and personal judgments.
Another slip-up against relegation-threatened Bolton would surely have proved AVB's last stand - especially with owner Roman Abramovich sitting in the stand casting personal judgment over events.
My votes, pro or con are based upon my personal judgment using the criteria described.
An opinion is a personal judgment based on the knowledge or beliefs the person has at that point in time.
CRAIG LEVEIN admits today's Hampden clash with the Czech Republic will be his personal Judgment Day.
That may be the case, but her use of that information was a matter of personal judgment and violated no rules of conduct or by-laws.
The most engaging segment for each entry is called "Peter's View," in which the editor emits his personal judgment about the book's overall usefulness ("Lacking in literary style, the book nonetheless is full of readable adventures .
Each volume in the series is devoted to economists whose work is in the same broad area--groupings which involved editorial decision-making and some personal judgment when subject areas overlapped.
Erickson went on to explain that, with regard to addiction, many people are skeptical over the status of addiction as a "disease" because they experience those who call themselves addicts when their issue is actually one of misuse or abuse, due perhaps but not exclusively to bad personal judgment.
In addition, we have created in some cases a culture which has under-valued the contribution to be made from skilled practitioners exercising their personal judgment.
Many architects still downplay the direct relationship between personal judgment and visual discrimination (the 'I' and the 'eye').
We strive towards achieving an educational profession as defined as a complex profession that implies reflective thinking, a continuous professional development, autonomy, responsibility, creativity of research and personal judgment.
My own childhood antics force me to contain personal judgment.
The author also emphasizes that teachers need to use their own personal judgment in meeting each student's needs, making creative adjustments to suit circumstances and unpredictable situations.
When trying to make a personal judgment, readers should also consider what both approaches might mean to the United States, the people of Afghanistan, and the region.
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