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a leader of the peoples of Israel from Joshua's death to the accession of Saul

What does it mean when you dream about a judge?

A judge may represent an authority figure—in real life or in the dreamer’s psyche—who constantly condemns or criticizes spontaneous actions that are considered to be unruly and frivolous. A dream in which one feels guilty about committing a wrong may indicate a subconscious need to condemn one’s actions—self-judgment. Alternatively, judges may represent justice or good/bad judgment. (See also Court).

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The experiment was made with the low permeability coal seam in the coalfield of South Judger Basin in Xinjiang, and the pore structure characteristics of low permeability coal seam were obtained by scanning electron microscope.
Given a signature [[sigma].sub.i] on [m.sub.i], the judger J determines the signature by computing [mathematical expression not reproducible].
It is because of statements like this that the detective appears to be, according to MBTI, an ESTJ; that is an extroverted, sensing, thinking judger.
She uses the story of a fictional teacher (in a narrative format) to explain the learner and judger mindsets and how to become more of a learner, question assumptions, be open to new possibilities, and collaborate with colleagues, ending with the 12 tools of the learner mindset in a workbook.
Judger Rodney Jameson QC told him at the moment it was not possible for him to do the sex offender treatment programme under the length of prison sentence allowed to be suspended and since that would be better for all in the wrong run he would do that under a community order.
It is strange, then, to say that we are now turning to the objective side of Furwahrhalten, since we differentiate conviction from persuasion not upon whether or not the judger feels his judgment to be valid beyond his private conditions (that is, a first-person perspective), but upon whether or not his judgment is in fact only applicable to his private conditions (that is, a third-person perspective).
"I think it's just human nature to judge--but the judger might want to pause and reflect on what it is they have contempt for, and why." As I wrote once, 'Whatever I have contempt for, I'm might just as well set a place for it at my table, because it is either in my life already, or coming.'"
The MBTI, which is based on Jungian personality theory, uses a series of questions, refined through research, to identify an individual's communication style among four categories: 1) extrovert or introvert, 2) sensing or intuitive, 3) thinker or feeler and 4) judger or perceiver.
Without emotions, artificial intelligence transforms the robot into a moral judger so it competes with God.
Through Dyzenhaus point of view, there is a resemblance between the German debate--emphasizing judger's decision when the positivist system didn't offer direct rules--and the Hart's classification of hard cases, as both deals with decision under an exception's character.
Specifically, while looking at gratitude, resentment, forgiveness, love, and hurt feelings he is really interested in what he refers to as "participant reactive attitudes" to make doubly sure that we understand that the judger of emotions is a participant and that the attitudes discussed are reactions to something done by someone else.
(274) At the same time, the home-state judge, if on notice that a custody proceeding has been commenced in the refuge state, must communicate with the refuge-state judger. (275) The purpose of these mutually obligatory provisions is to protect the safety and rights of the parents and the child, and to resolve the emergency.