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The lips with which he appealed to Heaven to adjudge victory to the just quarrel, grew white as they uttered the impious mockery.
THE ONTARIO READERS: THE HIGH SCHOOL READER, 1886MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
A mistake in taste for which the wisdom of the future will adjudge a punishment called trigamy.
THE DEVIL'S DICTIONARYAMBROSE BIERCE
I cannot and do not adjudge you unsuccessful, in the sense of having demonstrated your guilt rather than your innocence.
THE INCENDIARYW. A. (WILLIAM AUGUSTINE) LEAHY
This is a new doctrine of law, to adjudge a man guilty without according him an opportunity for defense.
THE INCENDIARYW. A. (WILLIAM AUGUSTINE) LEAHY
Had it been to save his son from hanging, he would not adjudge guilt to Francis Levison against his conscience.
EAST LYNNEMRS. HENRY WOOD
The Court of Appeals would ask another report from the Magistrates and on its receipt would adjudge the case.
THE LIFE OF LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN, VOLUME III (OF 3)ALEXANDER WHEELOCK THAYER
And if instead you attempt to start a war, we shall adjudge you the common enemy of humanity and treat you accordingly.'
THE UNITED STATES AND THE WARGEORGE GILBERT AIM MURRAY
And in cases not capital, they are to adjudge such corporal punishment as the majority of the court shall determine.
AN ACCOUNT OF THE ENGLISH COLONY IN NEW SOUTH WALES, VOL. 1DAVID COLLINS
“Whatever course you adjudge best for the security of others, I will pursue,” rejoined Oldcorne, turning to Catesby.
GUY FAWKESWILLIAM HARRISON AINSWORTH
How shall he understand those great questions which his suffrage must adjudge without thorough intellectual culture in his youth?
SPEECHES OF BENJAMIN HARRISONBENJAMIN HARRISON
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