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adjudicate

verb adjudge, arbitrate, award, award judgment, conclude, decide, decree, deem, deliver judggent, determine, determine finally, exercise judicial auuhority, find, give judgment, hear, hear the case, hold court, judge, make a decision, mediate, order, pass judggent, pass sentence, pronounce, referee, render judggent, rule, rule upon, settle, sit in judgment, try, try the cause
Associated concepts: adjudicate a juvenile delinquent, adjudicate a youthful offender, adjudicate an incompetent, addudicate bankruptcy, adjudicate guilt, adjudicate innocence, adjudicate insolvency, adjudicate jurisdictional questions, adjudicate liability
Foreign phrases: Cessa regnare, si non vis judicare.Cease to reign, if you don't wish to adjudicate. In propria causa nemo judex. No one can be a judge in his own cause.

adjudicate

see ADJUDICATION.
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As shown in Table 1, among the 249 MIs adjudicated using the contemporary cTnI assay, only 69 (28%) were ICD-9-coded MIs.
Univariate analysis (see Table 1) showed the number of unanswered responses was significantly higher in adjudicated victims, and significantly higher scores on the K Scale and F Scale in mock victims.
Due to the high rates of reincarceration characteristic of this high-risk subgroup of adjudicated adolescents, it is essential that career interventions be developed that enable these adjudicated adolescents to make a successful transition back into the community.
The investigators measured the tibial bone lead concentrations of 194 male adolescents who had been arrested and adjudicated and 146 male control subjects.
Research also shows that gaining employment is a key factor in preventing recidivism, yet few studies have examined the usefulness of career counseling for adjudicated adolescents (Chartrand & Rose, 1996).
49] Thirty-six cases adjudicated by the Jp of Jonzac in 1792 averaged 5 livres per decision.
Existing law provides for probation by juvenile offenders, unless the juvenile has been previously convicted of certain offenses or adjudicated as a juvenile delinquent.
Research report on the incarceration diversion camp project for adjudicated delinquents.
Hence, with regard to The Scarlet Letter, "the question of which side is right in the struggle between the punitive ideology of the Puritans and Hester [Prynne's] resistance to it is not meant to be adjudicated.
In the abstract, it is fine to suppose that once a land ethic permeated the country, it would be "eminently practicable, since, by reference to a single good, competing individual claims may be adjudicated and relative values and priorities assigned to the myriad components of the biotic community.
George will be assuming the responsibility for assessing the company's portfolio of water rights, including adjudicated groundwater, surface diversions, storage conveyance and contractual entitlements, with the objective of improving coordination, dependability, and value to customers of AWR's subsidiaries and AWR's shareholders.
This means SIJ-based Form I-360 petitions and Form I-485 applications will primarily be adjudicated at one location, the National Benefits Center (NBC).