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judgment

, judgement
1. 
a. the decision or verdict pronounced by a court of law
b. an obligation arising as a result of such a decision or verdict, such as a debt
c. the document recording such a decision or verdict
2. Logic
a. the act of establishing a relation between two or more terms, esp as an affirmation or denial
b. the expression of such a relation
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Judgement

Monker and Nakir
hideous black angels who determine the fate of each soul after death. [Muslim Myth.: Benét, 679]
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Though the 100-day milestone has passed, it is still too early to pass judgment on its performance.
Indeed, it is rather amusing for the Archbishop to deem it right to pass judgment on a group of Christians, who feel they have their God-given right to question the conduct of the pastor in such serious financial malfeasance, and call them non-Christians, and, at the same time, warn them against judging others.
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So by what right have they to comment and pass judgment on the decisions made.
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He said that objection could not be raised, if the court would pass judgment in accordance with law and constitution.
Not only their supporters but the public generally are entitled to pass judgment on those who don't live up to the highest ideals.