rule upon

See: adjudicate
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It was ever your way, John Carter, to think last of your own life," he said; "but still more your way to command the lives and actions of others, even to the greatest of Jeddaks who rule upon Barsoom.
Bevan-Baker's objection was rooted in constitutionality and law rather than procedure, and that it is not for the Speaker to rule upon the admissibility of a motion based on such principles.
By clear constitutional mandate, the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET) is the sole judge with the authority to rule upon the qualifications of a president.
Having laws which bind all members of society equally--The Rule of Law, in other words--requires having courts which can impartially interpret and enforce those laws, and rule upon disputes which arise about their basic constitutional validity.
They desire to rule by force, imposing rule upon people, under the auspices of an untrue Islamic rule.
So simple, and yet we make it so hard for ourselves with rule upon rule upon rule.
As a matter of fact, Turkish voters will cast their votes on June 7 against a background of increased pressure exerted by the AKP rule upon dissent.
The merits of her own complaints about her husband's care are for others to rule upon, of course.
Additional issues remain for the court to rule upon that could ultimately impact the amount of the award, and any final ruling and award in the case is subject to appeal.
of New Jersey) examines the impact of colonialism and colonial rule upon the lives and experiences of the colonizers and the colonized in what today is known as Tanzania, a country in southeast Africa that comprises the former Tanganyika on the mainland, and two islands collectively called Zanzibar.
The court issued a rule upon the government to explain why it should not be directed to take legal action against those who attacked the minorities and damaged their houses and temple on Thursday.