quick judgment

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Part of that alignment can be agreement upon when and by whom quick judgment calls can be made and acted upon, and when an issue needs to be a part of a larger discussion.
Enable Scotland say that parents need support to keep their families together instead of quick judgment on their disabilities.
I just want a quick judgment to finish the case and then return to my country to take care of my sick father.
When 10,000 people are about to be wiped out by a brutal dictator and you need to make a quick judgment about engagement, you certainly can't rely on a Congress that has proven itself unwilling to move after weeks and months sometimes.
Your vision might be deceived by a quick judgment, by a pre-conceived idea, by a conditioning you had previously received.
What happened to Joe Paterno and Penn State is either justice well served or quick judgment tainted by hypocrisy.
The euro also fell against most major currencies on unease over how policymakers will tackle the debt crisis after it appeared there would be no quick judgment from a German court on the euro zone's bailout fund.
I want a quick judgment, yet not today because it's a holiday.
He said: "I suggest you came to a quick judgment and didn't keep an open mind about what had happened.
But just when I think I'm getting it right, I spot an eccentric and pass quick judgment.
There is so much half truth and quick judgment in the world, to say nothing of the fog of emotion and sin, that to work out in calm with one another where we really disagree is both an intellectual and moral feat.
That is based on a very quick judgment and we are hopeful he can be up and about next week and we can mobilise him quite quickly.