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judge beforehand, especially without sufficient evidence

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But it is to be seen if we have eyes to notice without prejudge.
We must not prejudge anything," put in the doctor, a tall, black-bearded man, rather nervously; "but it is competent for me to corroborate what Mr.
In so doing he prejudges the affair, and clearly what he has in mind is a whitewash.
It featured President Bush saying ``these are bad men'', while his chief military legal officer said ``these are al Qaida, Taliban and terrorists'', which surely prejudges the cases of the defendants.
The introduction of these prices in no way prejudges the position of each of the contracting parties regarding the principles of fixing guaranteed prices.