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  • The court will need to adjudicate the dispute.
  • The court adjudicated the case quickly. The trial only took a few days.
  • The father adjudicated when the sons were quarreling over their inheritance
  • Joe had been brought to court and adjudicated on a single occasion, when he was twelve years old.†   (source)
  • And from that moment of his introduction to my cousins, I would frequently consider the issue of exactly how human Owen Meany was; there is no doubt that, in the dazzling configurations of the sun that poured through the attic skylight, he looked like a descending angel—a tiny but fiery god, sent to adjudicate the errors of our ways.†   (source)
  • He had been adjudicated as a juvenile delinquent when he was seventeen, for multiple convictions for arson, theft, aggravated assault, gun violence, and, finally, assaulting a police officer.†   (source)
  • But within a year, California probation authorities ordered him to return to Los Angeles because he was on probation following his adjudication as a ward of the court for a prior offense.†   (source)
  • Gulley, despite admitting his involvement in some twenty prior burglaries and a prior sex crime, was adjudicated and sentenced as a juvenile and spent only a short period of time in a juvenile detention facility.†   (source)
  • Joe's record of mostly misdemeanor-level juvenile incidents—nearly all of which were nonviolent and which did not merit more than a single court adjudication in a two-year period—was viewed differently by the sentencing judge, who concluded that "the juvenile system has been utterly incapable of doing anything with Mr. Sullivan."†   (source)
  • One of the adjudicators from Toronto praised Stephen profusely, both as a choir leader and as a pianist, and the newspaper reported, "Stephen Nakane—a young man with a future."†   (source)
  • Yet they are considered as more or less obscure and equivocal until their meaning is ascertained by a series of discussions and adjudications.†   (source)
  • And also I will embody your name in my offeecial report when matter is finally adjudicated.†   (source)
  • Do you want me to adjudicate that too?†   (source)
  • He was adjudicator for a supply of cider to the hospital at Neufchatel; Monsieur Guillaumin promised him some shares in the turf-pits of Gaumesnil, and he dreamt of establishing a new diligence service between Arcueil and Rouen, which no doubt would not be long in ruining the ramshackle van of the "Lion d'Or," and that, travelling faster, at a cheaper rate, and carrying more luggage, would thus put into his hands the whole commerce of Yonville.†   (source)
  • This might as well happen in the case of two contradictory statutes; or it might as well happen in every adjudication upon any single statute.†   (source)
  • All new laws, though penned with the greatest technical skill, and passed on the fullest and most mature deliberation, are considered as more or less obscure and equivocal, until their meaning be liquidated and ascertained by a series of particular discussions and adjudications.†   (source)
  • Because, under the national government, treaties and articles of treaties, as well as the laws of nations, will always be expounded in one sense and executed in the same manner,--whereas, adjudications on the same points and questions, in thirteen States, or in three or four confederacies, will not always accord or be consistent; and that, as well from the variety of independent courts and judges appointed by different and independent governments, as from the different local laws and…†   (source)
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