adjudication

[ uh-joo-di-key-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF adjudication

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I put it to you, then: can any one suppose that all, or any, of these may dispense with adjudication?

Lester's own relationship to the business would have to come up for adjudication.

The claims against France, since 1800, are now in the course of adjudication.

By so doing he hopes to secure her voice in his favour at the adjudication of the prize.

Power to Court to call on Captors to proceed to Adjudication.

The captor should bring his prize into port for adjudication by the court.

After filing a voluntary petition the judge makes an adjudication.

Never has been put forward such a doctrine for adjudication since the days of Ogden and Smith, tried in this city in 1806.

Then you are confident of the adjudication being in your favour?

No man who loves his country would sanction violence in the adjudication of rights save as a last resort.

WORD ORIGIN

1690s, from French adjudication or directly from Late Latin adjudicationem (nominative adjudicatio), noun of action from past participle stem of adjudicare (see adjudge).

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