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Return; yield; pay or perform, as in charges or services.

To render judgment means to pronounce, declare, or state the decision of the court in a particular case. To render a verdict means that a jury agrees upon and returns a written decision into court and hands the decision to the judge sitting at the trial.

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RENDER. To yield; to return; to give again; it is the reverse of prender.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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He also stressed the work being carried out to increase the level of postal and telecommunication services rendered in the country, including the opening of new Shebeke centers.
To verify the response ability against the changes in the efficiency control during rendering, in our first test (see Figure 6), we rendered a crowd with twenty thousand individuals in a static perspective on a single PC.
In order to utilize fat from broiler byproducts efficiently, it is necessary to develop an appropriate rendering procedure and establish quality information for the rendered fat.
If data are arranged by each level using the object method, large-amount data are rendered, causing a system load; as such, rendering is available only in the lowest level.
The gable-end wall is made of single-layer brick, but has been rendered and painted - the render was on the house when they bought it.
The result is a rendered wall that looks as good as new.
Public service, Worcester Street, services rendered.
Offering a low-cost alternative to rendering scenes and animations in-house, pricing starts from under $10, delivering high quality rendered images without investment in costly hardware.
Also included in this version is a network feature that queues jobs to be rendered and spreads the jobs across multiple computers.
The shaded-rendering technique calculates 3-dimensional gradients in the Hounsfield units of each voxel in the data being rendered. The gradient is used for 2 purposes during rendering: