I am no scholar, and I care not who knows it; but, judging
from what I have seen, at deer chases and squirrel hunts, of the sparks below, I should think a rifle in the hands of their grandfathers was not so dangerous as a hickory bow and a good flint-head might be, if drawn with Indian judgment, and sent by an Indian eye.
I let down the window and looked out; Millcote was behind us; judging
by the number of its lights, it seemed a place of considerable magnitude, much larger than Lowton.
That was worse: she fretted and sighed, and looked at her watch till eight, and finally went to her room, completely overdone with sleep; judging
by her peevish, heavy look, and the constant rubbing she inflicted on her eyes.
him by lightness of heart, strength of constitution, and capacity for enjoyment, he was no older than most men who have only turned thirty.
from myself, I should say he certainly had a turn afterwards, if he had had none before.
He who first opens Chaucer, or any other ancient poet, is so much struck with the obsolete spelling, multiplied consonants, and antiquated appearance of the language, that he is apt to lay the work down in despair, as encrusted too deep with the rust of antiquity, to permit his judging of its merits or tasting its beauties.
Those whose extensive researches have given them the means of judging my backslidings with more severity, will probably be lenient in proportion to their knowledge of the difficulty of my task.
But, on the other hand, judging
from their appearance, most of them cannot be at all expensive.
For I agree, that "there is no liberty, if the power of judging
be not separated from the legislative and executive powers.
From these facts, by which Montesquieu was guided, it may clearly be inferred that, in saying "There can be no liberty where the legislative and executive powers are united in the same person, or body of magistrates," or, "if the power of judging be not separated from the legislative and executive powers," he did not mean that these departments ought to have no PARTIAL AGENCY in, or no CONTROL over, the acts of each other.
Again: "Were the power of judging joined with the legislative, the life and liberty of the subject would be exposed to arbitrary control, for THE JUDGE would then be THE LEGISLATOR.
A seasoned and experienced all-breed judge and past Chariman of the Board of the American Kennel Club, Robert Berndt also draws upon his many years of experience as a dog handler in "Judging
Dogs: Science And Technique", a superbly written and organized instruction manual for judging
entrees of any and all breeds of dogs either in general or in specialized dog shows and competitions.
During the National Best of NAMA judging
, February 17 in Kansas City, MO, 17 judges had the difficult task of picking the best of 502 entries.