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Synonyms for judgement

an opinion formed by judging something

the cognitive process of reaching a decision or drawing conclusions

the capacity to assess situations or circumstances shrewdly and to draw sound conclusions

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The Court upheld the majority judgement of the Court of Appeal, which earlier voided the tribunal's judgement and affirmed the victory of Oyetola at the poll.
MD PTV Sardar Ahmad Nawaz Sukhera while replying queries of The Nation said: 'In the light of the Supreme Court judgement, we issued show cause notices to the producers whose seniority is likely to be affected.' After issuance of show cause notices, PTV received a stay order from the IHC and the whole process has been suspended after that, he added.
"We have noted that the arguments advanced by the counsel for the review petitioners and the written submissions filed by him do not figure-in as a ground provided for review of the judgment", the judgement said.
"In fact, even the Finance Minister has not seen the judgement, it concerns his ministries directly.
Judge President Petrus Damaseb's complaints that excessive delays in the delivery of High Court judgements erode trust in the justice system, may mislead the public into believing that someone else outside of the High Court, is to blame for such delays, says Phil ya Nangoloh, executive director of NamRights.
When EDEA learned of this lease, it commenced a re-foreclosure action which sought a judgement declaring that Davyon had no interest in the property and that Davyon was foreclosed from claiming any right to the property and that EDEA is the sole and lawful owner of the property involved.
The judgement of taste is therefore not a judgement of cognition, and is consequently not logical but aesthetical, by which we understand that whose determining ground can be no other than subjective.
Indeed it is hard to downplay the importance of the face in human interactions and in forming social judgements, especially in the beginning phases.
Adeleke, in a statement made available to newsmen in Osogbo on Thursday, said he received the appeal court judgement with dissatisfaction.
The deficiency judgement would be calculated as the difference between the amount of the mortgage and the market value of the property or the highest bid at the foreclosure sale, which ever was higher.
If appreciation is understood as consisting in, or at least as being informed by, correct or sound valuation, aesthetic appreciation is, or is permeated by, well-grounded aesthetic valuation, which implies that the basis of a well-founded theory of the aesthetic appreciation of nature will be a conception of what it is for a judgement to be aesthetic.
Even if there was any judgement at all he stressed, there could be options for the bank and the question of anybody taking over a bank's branch would not arise.
DELTA Central incumbent and senator-elect under the All Progressives Congress (APC), Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, has declared that he remains the Senator-Elect in spite of the court judgement nullifying the Prophet Jones Erue-led faction in Delta State.
A 1989 Jeep owned by a Brooklyn property owner has been seized by a sheriff after the Division of Housing and Community Renewal obtained a judgement against the owner for not paying $19,000 in housing fines.