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Synonyms for judge

Synonyms for judge

to arrive at (a conclusion) from evidence or reasoning

to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

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

to have an opinion

a person who evaluates and reports on the worth of something

a public official who decides cases brought before a court of law in order to administer justice

a person, usually appointed, who decides the issues or results, or supervises the conduct, of a competition or conflict

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Thus, it is clear that Hart notwithstanding believes that law is a system of rules and that the judgers owe it obedience, he argues, likewise, that there is a place of discretionary, and it is beneficial to the law, when refers to "shadows" cases.
Judgers require a very structured, ordered, and predictable environment to be happy.
As to a respondent who is alleged to have discriminated, the first and foremost question should be how the perceiver or judger was being guided.
At any point, you can switch from a judger mentality by using a variety of switching questions to redirect you on the learner path.
44) The intent was to eliminate both the ethnicity-related disparities found in sentencing studies in the 1970s and the disparities based on the identity of the judger Reviews of felony sentencing practices in 1980, (46) 1984-1987, (47) and 199948 showed that presumptive sentencing had apparently been successful at eliminating the disparities associated with the ethnicities of presumptively sentenced defendants.
If someone is to make the most difficult moral judgments involved in federal sentencing, it should be an Article III judger.
Perceptions of Jesus as a Judger or Perceiver were divided, with those placing more importance on modeling Jesus more likely to see Him as a Judger, and those placing less importance on modeling Him perceiving Jesus as a Perceiver.
Their study, however, compared only one type of homogenous group (consisting of sensing judgers) with cognitively diverse groups consisting of four different cognitive types (sensing judger, sensing perceiver, intuitive thinker, and intuitive feeler).
The other eight horses to win both races are Ridan (1962), Northern Dancer (1964), Forward Pass (1968), Judger (1974), Honest Pleasure (1976), Alydar (1978), Spectacular Bid (1979) and Holy Bull (1994).
One of the more common approaches to measure personality is the development of Myers-Briggs Type Indicators: Extravert or Introvert, Sensor or Intuitive, Thinker or Feeler, and Judger and Perceiver.
On the one hand is Moloch, the "heavy judger of men" who had condemned the Rosenbergs, [6] and more generally, a force that "gains its power not because it lives beyond human will but because we willingly, if blindly, participate in its authority" (Davidson, San Francisco 82).
The fourth dimension pits the judger against the perceiver.
This is the vengeful Athena, whose emblem is the gorgon, the judger of men as the good Athena is their comforter.
the requirements of a self-conscious judger of objects .
Team 2's leader was a judger (J), which was consistent with the other team members.