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Synonyms for adjudicate

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Synonyms for adjudicate

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

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Synonyms for adjudicate

put on trial or hear a case and sit as the judge at the trial of

bring to an end

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He said that in response to these calls, the Tax Appeal Tribunal in the state was reconstituted to adjudicate on tax issues.
Allan teamed up with McKeown to land the Calcutta Derby with Adjudicate on Sunday, with Lady Cecil there to witness the local Grade 1 success.
The PDEA chief added that he told the Philippine National Police and the Armed Forces of the Philippines to adjudicate their members who were included in the 6,400 individuals.
"Sadly he passed away earlier this year and would have been equally proud to see me adjudicate the competition this year," she said.
A joint parliamentary panel on Friday unanimously called upon the government to ask the World Bank to immediately constitute a court of arbitration to adjudicate on India's ongoing construction of Kishanganga and Ratle hydroelectric plants, and bring construction of Ratle dam to a halt till the issue is resolved.
First, there is no gold standard methodology to adjudicate for T2MI, with a wide range of adjudication methods and frequencies reported in the literature owing to an absence of clearly defined criteria for diagnosis of this entity (3).
The program would reduce the time required to complete and adjudicate an appeal, but would also reduce some ability of a veteran to add additional information to his or her claim.
A quick reading of section 5 supports the idea that, in circumstances other than those stipulated in article 32 and articles 34-39 of the CPL, parties can agree to bring the competence to the selected court to adjudicate any dispute that might arise between them during the execution of their contract.
"We are also strengthening the decentralization aspect to say that the central tender board does not have to adjudicate over the award of all tenders; they only adjudicate over the award of the larger tenders.
"That's how I think we should judge him: did he adjudicate this bid wisely and fairly?
When the executive office in the Bureau of Consular A airs decided to eliminate a backlog of more than 2,200 Consular Report of Birth Abroad appointments in Yemen, it sent a team of temporary duty personnel to adjudicate nationality claims side by side with consular officers at the U.S.
SANA'A, March 02 (Saba) - Minister of Justice Ghazi al-Aghbari appointed on Wednesday Judge Abdel-Hafiz Abdul-Razak al-Mahbashi to adjudicate issues referred by the Supreme National Authority for Combating Corruption (SNACC) to the Specialized Primary Public Funds Prosecution in the capital Sana'a.
Toronto, ON -- The Ontario Press Council previously refused to adjudicate a complaint against Heather Mallick and the Globe and Mail because her piece extolling Henry Morgentaler and attacking pro-life Canadians was just "an opinion piece."
Stephen Walters, president and CEO of Transax International LTD, said, "This unique product has the ability through the company's Medlink connectivity to fully authorize and adjudicate in real time a health or dental insurance claim on behalf of an insurer or health/dental plan using MedLink Web from any location in the world.
Not only are there various sorts of referees and umpires who police and adjudicate during play but there are special panels, commissions, agencies, and corporations that rigorously maintain and vigilantly enforce a precise set of standards affecting owners, players, and others.