judicium

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Modestia is a fine virtue," continued the gentleman; "however, as to your speech, I must say mihi secus videtur: yet I am willing to suspend my judicium.
Qui verbum meum audit, et credit ei qui misit me, habet vitam oeternam et in judicium non venit; sed transit a morte im vitam
El lema que escogio Cortes para su escudo de armas era Judicium Domini aprehendit eos et fortitudo ejus corroboravit brachium meum ("El juicio del Senor se apodero de ellos y su poder fortalecio mi brazo").
1, ad 4: Judicium conscientiae consistit in pura cognitione, iudicium autem liberi arbitrii in applicatione cognitionis ad affectione: quod quidem iudicium est iudicium electionis.
Dr Alex Mehta, director of Judicium Education, the company behind the scheme, said: "Celebrity culture is one aspect of 2016 life.
Mult[is] terram dividet gratuita"' (56 sd) (39) and 'Sophonie tercio: "Expecta me in die resureccionis mee in futurum quia judicium ut congregem gentes et colligam regna"' (120 sd).
Prejudicecomes from the latin prae- , in advance, and judicium , judgment.
101) This is an integral part of nullum judicium sine lege, the procedural principle of legality.
In our historians wee find it mentioned under severall names: Henry the First calls them the auntient liberties of the subject; elsewhere they are termed "antiquas libertates regni," "rectum judicium terrae," "lex terrae," "jus regni," etc.
144): 'Providentia est prudentia adminiculans ad judicium ex conjecturatione futurorum.
11, 7, 2, 5 Si in locum publicis usibus destinatus intulerit quis mortuum, praetor in eum judicium dat, si dolo fecerit: et erit extra ordinem plectandus, modica tamen coercitione.
Sobolev has just quoted a passage from the poet's final retreat notes, in which he fends off "an attack of despair, self-disgust, and the fear of madness" by repeating Justus es, Domine, et rectum judicium tuum.