adjudicate

[ uh-joo-di-keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF adjudicate

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Whereupon three justices were appointed to adjudicate upon the case.

And so on, as long as one has leisure to listen and adjudicate.

They are not proceedings in which this Court can adjudicate on the causes of the disaster.

To answer this question and to adjudicate between the litigants is hard enough, and yet I have stated the simplest difficulty.

Too often he was a man of no better education than the mass of litigants upon whose causes he was called to adjudicate.

Hillel then undertakes to adjudicate between the contending views by striking a compromise.

During the summer of 1903 ten mixed commissions sat at Caracas to adjudicate upon the claims of as many nations against Venezuela.

It is, wherever I have authority to adjudicate, a rule with me to decide as few abstract propositions as I possibly can.

Neither would give way, and the Mayor was called in to adjudicate.

It will be observed that the king does not hear the cause or adjudicate upon it.

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