And although one cannot give a final judgment
on all of these things unless one possesses the particulars of those states in which a decision has to be made, nevertheless I will speak as comprehensively as the matter of itself will admit.
This was Dulcie's final judgment
in art; but it had never been upset.
The custodian could not sell one without an order from a superior; and that superior would have to get it from HIS superior; and this one would have to get it from a higher one--and so on up and up until the faculty should sit on the matter and deliver final judgment
Each cycle as a whole, it will be seen, has a natural epic unity, centering about the majestic theme of the spiritual history and the final judgment
of all Mankind.
There dwelt, there trode, the feet of one with whom she deemed herself connected in a union that, unrecognised on earth, would bring them together before the bar of final judgment
, and make that their marriage-altar, for a joint futurity of endless retribution.
But this is--" He paused awhile, for the word "murder" was his final judgment
That was her final judgment
on the story as a whole - amateurish, though she did not tell him so.
Merrill's final judgment
deems his liability of approximately $3.
Barrow was awarded a 50 percent interest in the marital home, but the final judgment
did not provide for exclusive possession or sale.
Pursuant to the settlement agreement, a class member could participate in the settlement only if he or she was a plan participant and (1) was identified by class counsel and the defendant as a confirmed class member or (2) met certain other requirements and confirmed to be a class member by class counsel and B's counsel based on a claim submitted by that person by the 90th day following the date of final judgment
It is an awesome perspective, personalizing the exercise of conscience and implicitly linking moral choices with final judgment
by reminding us that God collaborates in the very decisions for which he will judge us.