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  1. But the Republican Congress eliminated the seat. Johnson also appointed one, judge ,to the United States Court of Claims, Samuel Milligan, who served from 1868 to
  2. Stewart,1st Duke of Albany, Scottish prince *1613 – Thomas Fleming, English, judge , ( b. 1544) *1616 – Vincenzo Scampi, Italian architect (b. 1548) *1635 –
  3. Their case reconsidered. This is usually done on the basis that the lower court, judge ,erred in the application of law, but it may also be possible to appeal on the
  4. 1 Samuel 8:2; 1 CHR. 6:28) His conduct, along with that of his brother, as a, judge ,in Beersheba, to which office his father had appointed him, led to popular
  5. Any). In Australia, the right to make a plea in mitigation is absolute. If a, judge ,or magistrate were to refuse to hear such a plea, or obviously fail to properly
  6. And politician (drowned) (b. 1406) *1563 – Étienne de La Bottle, French, judge , and writer (b. 1530) *1634 – Urban Grandeur, French priest (b. 1590) *1642
  7. One did not" preserve the issue for appeal" by objecting. In cases where a, judge ,rather than a jury decided issues of fact, an appellate court will apply an
  8. Lawsuits against the telecommunications companies were transferred to a federal, judge ,in San Francisco. After the town of Hazleton, Pennsylvania passed an ordinance
  9. God will only destroy the unjust and a remnant will remain; and God is free to, judge , redeem and act as savior to Israel. Highlighted activities within Amos The
  10. Who became a president of a division of the court of appeal in 1847,and a, judge ,of the court of cassation in 1849; and Eugène François Cauchy, a publicist who
  11. Movements by the extremities (called appendicular ataxia). **inability to, judge ,distances or ranges of movement. This is known is symmetric and is often seen
  12. b. c. 1761) *1803 – Sir James Montgomery,1st Baronet, Scottish politician and, judge ,(b. 1721) *1817 – Johann Heinrich Jung, German author (b. 1740) *1827 –
  13. Crest, Argentine racing driver (b. 1920) *1992 – John Silica, American, judge , ( b. 1904) * 1992 – Tony Williams, American singer (The Platters) (b. 1928
  14. Charges and is informed of his or her right to retain counsel. The presiding, judge ,also decides at what amount, if any, to set bail. During the second arraignment
  15. In 2001 were deprived of their Thor's Hammer medallions. In 2007,a federal, judge ,confirmed that Ásatrú adherents in US prisons have the right to possess a
  16. To appreciate the beauty of the human figure). ' What should we judge when we, judge ,art? Art can be difficult at the metaphysical and ontological levels as well as
  17. Therefore, Armstrong snapped photos of the LM, so engineers would be able to, judge ,its post-landing condition. He then collected a contingency soil sample using a
  18. Or the adept/expert and 2) of Manana/Panama or the Absolute and thus to, judge ,anything in this universe in the light of these two measures, known as 'Marsha
  19. Since they do nothing to inflict damage on the enemy. The ambush commander may, judge ,when the ambush will be most effective, and give the signal manually, or the
  20. Of Hamlet, how many works of art are we experiencing, and which should we, judge , Perhaps there is only one relevant work of art, the whole performance, which
  21. Italian professional wrestler (b. 1941) * 2000 – Theodore Trashcan, American, judge , ( b. 1920) *2001 – Betty Everett, American singer and pianist (b. 1939) *
  22. With the verb in a clause *Oral argument, in US law, a spoken presentation to a, judge ,or appellate court by a lawyer (or parties when representing themselves) of
  23. Sufficient evidence exists with which the prosecution could likely convince a, judge ,or jury to find the defendant guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. Origin The
  24. To be beautiful partly because it is desirable as a status symbol, or we might, judge ,it to be repulsive partly because it signifies for us over-consumption and
  25. Spare his life so that he could continue his experiments was cut short by the, judge ,:" La Republican n'a pas begin de savants NI de chemists; LE course de la
  26. Object appeared higher than the other, showing the curvature of the earth. The, judge ,for the wager, the editor of Field magazine, declared Wallace the winner, but
  27. Helping us to appreciate the beauty of the human figure). ' What should we, judge ,when we judge art? Art can be difficult at the metaphysical and ontological
  28. Transactions of this period there is only the scantiest of information, but,to, judge ,by what is extant, those twenty-two years were not remarkably eventful in
  29. Is an appeal brought by the respondent. For example, suppose at trial the, judge ,found for the plaintiff and ordered the defendant to pay $50,000. If the
  30. Drawn from Classical myths, however,rather than earlier ones. In her role as, judge ,at Orestes' trial on the murder of his mother, Clytemnestra (which he won)
  31. In his chamber, while washing his hands. Asset represents Alfred as a Solomon, judge , painstaking in his own judicial investigations and critical of royal officials
  32. Those who were skillful in a thing vie in competition; those who have no skill, judge ," — Diogenes Laertes, of Catharsis. Notes Classical references *Herodotus iv.
  33. b. 1809) *1902 – Esther Morris, suffragist and first female American, judge ,(b. 1814) *1914 – Paul von Has, German writer, Nobel laureate (b. 1830)
  34. Who was almost certainly a progressive and original artist. It is safer to, judge ,him by the sculptural decoration of the Parthenon, in which he must almost
  35. Similar problems arise for music, film,dance, and even painting. Is one to, judge ,the painting itself, the work of the painter, or perhaps the painting in its
  36. Had otherwise been convicted of the crime. And, as with other guilty pleas,the, judge ,must see there is some factual basis for the plea. Defendants usually enter an
  37. 1970). Alford was sentenced to thirty years in prison, after the trial, judge ,in the case accepted the plea bargain and ruled that the defendant had been
  38. For entertainment purposes, where users of AOL stalker are encouraged to, judge ,AOL clients based on the humorousness of personal details revealed by search
  39. Did not exempt them from his position on sin; God is God of all nations; God is, judge ,of all nations; God is God of moral righteousness; God made all people; God
  40. Korma, Hungarian-French composer (b. 1905) *1970 – Harold Haley, American, judge , ( b. 1904) * 1970 – Jonathan Jackson, instigator of the Marin County Civic
  41. Among the populace by promising justice for all" if only I were appointed, judge ,in the land ", and by showing humility by kissing those who approached him
  42. Arrests such that henceforward all arrests had to be first presented to a, judge ,to determine the detention measure; and fiscal innovation, such as negotiating
  43. Vietnam an undisclosed amount of aid in the form of a grant. *1970 – California, judge ,Harold Haley is taken hostage in his courtroom and killed during in an effort
  44. Then eternal oblivion),typically believed to be determined by a god or divine, judge , based on their actions or beliefs during physical life. In contrast, the term
  45. Clever and discerning audience, yet he also declared that 'other times' would, judge ,the audience according to its reception of his plays. He sometimes boasts of
  46. Supreme Court. This court is headquartered in Saint Lucia, but at least one, judge ,of the Supreme Court resides in Antigua and Barbuda, and presides over the High
  47. The court is not required to accept a guilty plea. During the hearing,the, judge ,assesses the offense, the mitigating factors, and the defendant's character
  48. Ruling that the pleas were voluntary – provided that the sentencing, judge ,acted appropriately in accordance with the rules for acceptance of a plea made
  49. Of economic, political,or moral value. In a current context, one might, judge ,a Lamborghini to be beautiful partly because it is desirable as a status symbol
  50. And organic growers and damaged domestic almond markets. The federal, judge ,dismissed the lawsuit in the spring of 2009 on procedural grounds, but farmers

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