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(Adjudge), verb adjudicate, ascertain, award, confirm, decide, declare a verdict, decree, detect, determine, encounter, experience, hear of, hold, judge, learn, observe, perceive, pronounce, rule, sentence, settle, sit in judgment

find

(Determine), verb adjudge, adjudicate, announce a conclusion, arrive at a conclusion, arrive at a verdict, ascertain and declare, ascertain by judicial inquiry, come to a conclusion, compromise, conclude, decide a question of fact, decide upon, declare a verdict, deduce, deliver judgment, determine a controversy, determine after judicial inquiry, determine an issue, draw a conclusion, establish as facts, give an opinion, give judggent, hold, judge, make a decision, pass an opinion, pass judgment, pronounce as an official act, resolve, rule, set a question at rest, sit in judgment
Associated concepts: findings of fact

find

(Discover), verb acquire information about, apprehend, ascertain, attain by effort, bare, become acquainted with, become apprised of, become informed, bring into the open, catch a glimpse of, chance upon, cognoscere, come upon, create, decipher, decode, detect, discern, disclose, disentangle, disinter, divine, divulge, elicit, encounter, explore, expose, fathom, ferret out, figgre out, gather knowledge, get to the bottom of, glimpse, happen upon, hit upon, identify, invenire, invent, ken, know, learn, light upon, locate, make certain, meet with, notice, observe, obtain by search, perceive, realize, reveal, run across, solve, strike, stumble on, trace, uncloak, unconceal, uncover, understand, unearth, unfold, unlock, unmask, unravel, unscramble, unscreen, unshroud, unveil, verify

find

(Locate), verb achieve, attain, collect, descry, dig up, discover, disinter, espy, expose, furnish, gain, gather, provide the wherewithal, recover, repossess, resolve, retrieve, spot, supply, uncover, unearth
See also: acquisition, adjudge, adjudicate, ascertain, award, conclude, decide, decree, detect, determine, disinter, ferret, hold, invent, judge, locate, pass judgment, prize, procure, pronounce, rule, sentence

find

to determine an issue after judicial inquiry.
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Several subsequent Superior Court cases also found against the MIAA whenever the Association attempted to limit the participation of boys on traditional girls' teams.
According police, no evidence was found against the accused during the investigation after which he was declared innocent.
NAB prosecutor has taken the plea in his application that no evidence has been found against Malik Riaz and his son Ali Riaz in land scandal case so far therefore, no case be registered against them and all the cases registered against them on this count be dismissed on the basis of lack of evidence.
She reportedly said nothing has been found against her by any investigating agency so far.
A government inspector has found against nearly 400 people who opposed a builder in a long-running dispute over a wildlife habitat site.
At the High Court in London, Mr Justice Lindsay found against Hello
Back in May, the committee found against him on two lesser counts but put off making a decision on whether to take any sanctions against him until it knew the outcome of the main allegation.
The Radio Authority found against Vale FM - a restricted service licence station broadcasting from Birmingham's Castle Vale - for allowing a presenter to use the word twice during its Sunday Fry Up show.
All positions advanced by company were found against The Irvine Co.
Mentor Graphics Corporation (Nasdaq: MENT) today announced that a jury in the Federal District Court of Northern California had found against it in its patent and misappropriation of trade secret case against Cadence Design Systems (NYSE: CDN).
A NAB counsel sought 14-day extension in his remand praying the court that some new evidences had been found against the accused and they were required to record statements of some witnesses and notices had been issued to 19 persons.
In his judgment, Justice Alok Kumar Singh said nothing has been found against the correctness, legality, propriety or regularity in respect of any of the findings of the lower court.