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I am confident that Professor Brill will uphold the rule of law and offer a fair and reasoned judgment to any of the important questions brought before him and the other justices," Rutledge said.
Make a reasoned judgment about whether to stay with the vehicle and call for help, or to strike out on your own.
Jai Mahal Hotels Pvt Ltd, which was represented before the court by senior counsel Mukul Rohatgi and advocate Sanjiv Sen, contended in its petition that the high court had not considered its arguments while reversing the well- reasoned judgment by the company law board.
On Monday, the ystanbul 10th Criminal Court announced its reasoned judgment in the Sledgehammer case in which a 2003 coup attempt against this current government is being tried.
The HITT shareholders are advised to review the Offer Document in detail and to seek independent advice where appropriate in order to reach a reasoned judgment in respect of the content of the Offer Document and the Offer itself.
That doesn't necessarily allow for more analytical, reasoned judgment by a human," he said.
Integration of multiple inputs, reasoned judgment as to what should be applied, adjusted, or withheld, and mid-course correction based on "short loop response feedback" are fundamental to effective ICU care.
News organizations must exercise reasoned judgment in making the decision.
Magna strongly believes that its existing disclosure is entirely appropriate and contains all information necessary to enable minority shareholders to make a reasoned judgment about the transaction.
A serpent was sometimes used to reflect wisdom, prudence and reasoned judgment, but the scaly creatures are also linked to notions of Satan and original sin.
The concept of a critic--a person offering reasoned judgment, analysis, interpretation, and observation--goes back to ancient Greece (and there probably were critics before that).
so that they are able to form a reasoned judgment concerning