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adverb as in legally

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Republicans have claimed that Barrett is not as hardline conservative, not as big a threat to women’s reproductive rights as her judicial and personal history suggests.

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You’re pushing me to try to violate the judicial canon of ethics and to offer advisory opinions, and I won’t do that.

Voters kicked him out in 2018 in the county’s only contested judicial race.

Their concerns point to Barrett’s judicial history of supporting anti-LGBTQ and pro-life policy, as well as opposing the Affordable Care Act.

Nelly Decker, Warner’s press secretary, said the senator welcomes his constituents to share their thoughts on judicial reform.

But highest profile does not mean most judicially meritorious.

We would not have Lawrence v. Texas and the threat of judicially imposed definitions of marriage.

A sort of constitutionally prescribed (and thus judicially determined) minimum wage.

Today the court reaffirmed the traditional view that there must be a judicially-enforceable limit on the powers of Congress.

Take the media-convicted but never judicially accused parents of JonBenét Ramsey.

After a patent is thus judicially established injunctions are readily granted against all infringers.

The price of wheat is now known: it has been judicially fixed, at least in Scotland.

For quite a long time Stanton lay and considered the matter judicially from every possible point of view.

"They got their bellies full o' fightin' yesterday," added Shorty, studying the array judicially.

"I'd want it a heap sight better land than this is 'round here," said the Deacon, studying the land scape judicially.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to judicially, such as: constitutionally, juridically, and legislatively.

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