give judgment

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If indeed when the pilgrim arrives in the world below, he is delivered from the professors of justice in this world, and finds the true judges who are said to give judgment there, Minos and Rhadamanthus and Aeacus and Triptolemus, and other sons of God who were righteous in their own life, that pilgrimage will be worth making.
For it was my duty, day by day, to choose that place where the king should sit to hear the counsel of his indunas, and give judgment on those whom he would kill, and to-day I had chosen this place.
The Supreme Court, who could also order a retrial or uphold the conviction, are expected to give judgment at the end of this month.
Mr Justice Stephens said he would try to give judgment next week.
It is too short a time to give judgment on the performance of the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa government, but the fact remains that coalition partner has to be accommodated.
Sir John said, although the appeal had been lodged well outside of the usual time limit, he would give judgment at a later date.
He said that the work of the court is not to give judgment on the distribution of electricity.
A spokeswoman for the Judicial Office said that given the number of cases and the issues to be considered the court is unlikely to be in a position to give judgment in the appeals.
Cheryl's role means she has to give judgment on Cameron's performance.
The telecoms ministry file is on the course of being closed even if it were to pass to judicial authority, because the latter will declare as unable to give judgment on this concern, said Hout.
They will give judgment at a later, unspecified date.
Yesterday, three appeal judges were told that the European Court of Justice in Strasbourg was due to give judgment in another case on the issue of whether jail sentences which amount to "locking somebody up and throwing away the key" contravene the European Convention on Human Rights.