judicial

[ joo-dish-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF judicial
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His judicial opinions are contained in volumes 18, 19 and 20 of the Ohio Reports.

For it perceives its object's little failings with a calm and judicial eye.

We find in this fact a singular mixture of religious and judicial notions.

Not with tyranny; of that there is no danger, but with a judicial firmness.

The judicial rints is twice too much, an' the price of stock what it is.

"You enter a room well, madam," said he, with a judicial slowness.

They are stories of adventure in the every-day field of judicial procedure.

Let the averments of this plea be compared with the 25th section of the Judicial act.

The Judicial act,1 so far as it prescribes the mode of proceeding, appears to have been literally pursued.

Those who fill the Judicial Department have no discretion in selecting the subjects to be brought before them.

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