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Synonyms for judging

the cognitive process of reaching a decision or drawing conclusions

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Several of their suggestions were put to work at the national judging and will also be present at the national ceremony.
It was a very successful project judging from the large number of emails, telephone calls and positive comments from senior staff" simply is not enough.
The issue of judging qualifications in forensic contests is neither recent nor trivial.
We believe the professionalism and integrity of the independent chefs and the judging process is reflected in the design of the new ACI Award medallion," said John Parker, ACI chairman and CEO.
Public relations judging stretched over two days, since evaluating public relations entries can be extremely time consuming.
On Wednesday, International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge sent a letter to Cinquanta asking for quick action to address the issue of pairs judging.
In its new headquarters in San Francisco's Levi Plaza, ACI has built a state-of-the-art judging center that includes a world-class kitchen plus a tasting and testing room designed to support its rigorous review of food, beverage and culinary housewares products.
The judging provoked a firestorm of protest from fans and media.
Legal experts from across the country will convene on the campus of Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, from September 14 through September 16, to participate in the 2003 Legal Ethics Conference: Judging Judges' Ethics.
The disputed draw in the first Lennox Lewis-Evander Holyfield bout in March simply brought this plague to a more insidious level, a level that disgusted the public just enough for the sport to take another hard look at judging.