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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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Judging was held in conjunction with NAMA's Agribusiness Forum.
This year's judging panel includes: Walt Auburn, assistant director of the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA); Steve Baden, executive director of the Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET); Walt Holton, president of Holton Homes; Dr.
A Blue Ribbon Panel judging pair may evaluate as many as 30 entries over two days, so it's critical that you fine-tune your work plan until you are sure all information adds something to your case.
In addition, instead of the current nine-member judging panel, the new plan calls for 14 judges all to score the performance, with a computer randomly selecting just seven of the judges' scores.
In one respect judging may have become a more appealing task, but it is not one that is likely to increase the quality of judges.
We may define a nontraditional forensic judge as a person with either limited training in contest judging or limited current experience in judging.
org) so consumers can find more information about the organization, the judging process and recent product winners.
National Best of NAMA judging took place February 19-20 in Kansas City, Mo.
Despite concessions from the French team that its judge at the pairs skating competition felt ``pressure'' to vote for the Russians, and despite pleas from Olympic officials for a speedy resolution, the International Skating Union took no action Thursday to address the matter, its Salt Lake 2002 Winter Games judging scandal.
That's why IABC has institutionalized the procedure of judging so as to establish standards and build into the judging, process as much objectivity as possible.