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1 The better you can Answer and keep Refining this, the more your photos will grab people, be they you, your friends and family, contest judges or photo and art buyers.
2 The judges may interrogate the defendant.
3 If I ask myself how to judge that this question is more urgent than that, I reply that one judges by the actions it entails.
4 Channels are now restricted to one such show per year. Judges are discouraged from abusing contestants and voting is restricted.
5 She may be right... if someone judges me by my accent, maybe that person is not my ideal client.
6 Wheresoever I have walked with all Israel, spake I a word to any of the judges of Israel, whom I commanded to feed my people, saying, Why have ye not built me an house of cedars?
7 Obama said he backs legislation in Congress to allow bankruptcy judges to modify the terms of primary home loans - an idea ardently opposed by the lending industry.
8 And surveys of American judges who preside over trials indicate their overwhelming and enthusiastic support for the jury system.
9 Mr Salmond is affronted, saying it was “totally unsatisfactory” that a court of mainly English judges should second-guess Scottish courts.
10 One is that I have no doubt that with increasing public scrutiny and increasing demands for efficiency... there are some judges who are suffering.
11 judges all concurred in giving Mary the prize.
12 But in some states, the government anticipated decisions at the centre; in others, state-level judges resisted them.
13 Who, then, judges what is evil?
14 Prior to the fights, each cricket is weighed on an electronic scale by judges. Crickets are matched according to size, color, and weight.
15 But if judges, elected politicians and voters do not have confidence in their spooks, the system unravels.
16 But two of the nine Supreme Court judges opposed this ruling. Both were from the North.
17 Well, a few of the more conservative judges might say that a higher power still binds them.
18 Corporations likewise must shed their assets, selling them cheaply to others, or endure outside management to comply with a bankruptcy judge's edict.
19 The Supreme Court has warned against a “probability of unfairness”, but its most definitive ruling only bars judges from cases in which they have a financial stake.
20 Nonetheless, the judges ruled, they could not publish it, owing to evidence from Mr Miliband that America would retaliate by withholding vital intelligence in future, thereby placing Britain at risk.
21 While judges in criminal cases will still wear them, those in civil and family hearings will appear bare-headed in court, wearing a new-style plain black robe, the British government said.
22 necessary, too, to keep judges independent. He mused on how constrained they were: unable to initiate or annul anything, and subject to the sovereignty of Parliament.
23 Yet some investigating judges have also been criticised for misusing their own powers.
24 According to the legal realists, different outcomes result because judges are human beings with unique personalities, value systems, and intellects.
25 Tabloid newspapers such as the Sun and the Daily Mail hound judges who pass, or even seek to justify, lenient sentences.
26 I will restore thy judges as at the first, and thy counsellors as at the beginning: afterward thou shalt be called, the city of righteousness, the faithful city.
27 One of the three judges in the case disagreed with the verdict.
28 Even in the best circumstances, judges can solve only the particular conflicts of the parties standing before them.
29 No longer would judges oversee the vote, as they had done by time-honoured tradition.
30 investigating judges received a list of foreign bank accounts, subsequently found to be fake, that fingered various senior personalities.