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

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The Parameters considered to adjudge the best 'Swachh Iconic Place' were-- "Accomplishment of Action Plan, Participation/Involvement of stakeholders in the execution of action plans, Fund leveraged, Fund Utilized, Cleanliness in the peripheral area, Visibility of Swachh Iconic Place, Sustainability of Initiatives, Evidences of visibility of differences," read a press release by Central Railways.
Pollard was irked with the umpire's decision to not adjudge a delivery by Dwayne Bravo as wide.
As severe as an adjudged fine may be in a case such as the hypothetical, courts-martial rarely adjudge punitive fines at all.
Rule for Court-Martial 1003 outlines those punishments a court-martial may adjudge. (15) Subject to statutory and jurisdictional limitations, (16) the RCM authorizes the imposition of two distinct means of financial sanctions at a court-martial: a forfeiture of pay and allowances and a punitive fine.
Courts-martial frequently adjudge forfeitures of pay and allowances, irrespective of the type of crime committed.
Rule for Court-Martial 1003(b)(3) also authorizes a court-martial to adjudge a fine, either instead of or in addition to any adjudged forfeitures.
While courts-martial may adjudge forfeitures for any crime committed, they ordinarily should adjudge a punitive fine only in cases where the accused was unjustly enriched by his offense.