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Definition of Abjudicate

Abjudicate
Abjudicate Ab*ju"di*cate, v. t. [L. abjudicatus, p. p. of abjudicare; ab + judicare. See Judge, and cf. Abjudge.] To reject by judicial sentence; also, to abjudge. [Obs.] --Ash.

Meaning of Abjudicate from wikipedia

- Early Dynastic period, Ištaran was being called upon as a god who might abjudicate in an inter-city border dispute between Umma and Lagaš. Scholars have...
- addition, a Lower Court (la Court de la Borgesie) is mentioned, which abjudicated in matters of common law. On the other hand, all v****als owed the Prince...
- degré de juridiction" applies, which means that every matter may be abjudicated twice, both in facts as well as in law. Therefore, there are always two...
- prospect he faces as King is many boring years of tax administration and abjudicating complicated legal cases. Meanwhile, Conan's eldest son, also called Conan...
- opposition started two cases before the Constitutional Court of Latvia (abjudicated in May and September, 2005) with most of its demands being refused. Boguševiča...
- Margaret's claims became the subject of a celebrated legal dispute, which was abjudicated in a parliament held at Glarentsa, probably in 1276. Following the counsel...
- Margaret's claims became the subject of a celebrated legal dispute, which was abjudicated in a parliament held at Glarentsa, probably in 1276. Even though she...
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