prejudgment


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pre·judge

 (prē-jŭj′)
tr.v. pre·judged, pre·judg·ing, pre·judg·es
To judge beforehand without possessing adequate evidence.

pre·judg′er n.
pre·judg′ment, pre·judge′ment n.
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Noun1.prejudgment - a judgment reached before the evidence is available
judging, judgement, judgment - the cognitive process of reaching a decision or drawing conclusions
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After a passage of what we feel to be true poetry, there follows, inevitably, a passage of platitude which no critical prejudgment can force us to admire; but if, upon completing the work, we read it again, omitting the first book -- that is to say, commencing with the second -- we shall be surprised at now finding that admirable which we before condemned -- that damnable which we had previously so much admired.
After reading "A matter of prejudgment,'' (editorial, Telegram & Gazette, Nov.
11, ASC Bulding Products is claiming breach of contract and seeking payment, finance and interest charges, attorney costs and fees, prejudgment interest and additional relief as the court deems just and equitable.
He called on the international community to adopt a realistic view about Syria's developments, including the Syrian presidential election and avoid prejudice and prejudgment.
However, one of the ongoing problems that aquaculture products must overcome is the prejudgment of taste.
48 billion in damages and nearly $1 billion in prejudgment interest, was the biggest ever following a securities fraud class action trial.
On May 8, 2013, the United States District Court for the District of Kansas entered a final judgement in the company's favour on the arbitration award in the aggregate amount, including prejudgment interest, of 28,464,513.
The amount of the verdict, which could be appealed, was based on an 8 percent royalty rate on infringing sales through March 2012, plus prejudgment interest.
and Vision Best Limited (collectively, "VisionChina") for their failure to comply fully with an August 13, 2012 turnover order requiring VisionChina to post security in connection with prejudgment orders of attachment totaling $60 million.
Biomet consented to the entry of a court order requiring payment of $4,432,998 in disgorgement and $1,142,733 in prejudgment interest.
We should hold discussions without making any prejudgment on whether we will proceed with the existing plan or review it,'' Kan told a House of Representatives Budget Committee session.
I will say it clearly, there must not be a prejudgment prior to discussion and responses on the PM's interrogation," Al-Kharafi said, hoping that parliament members be more friendly with their comments regarding their fellow members.