Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
"Point me to an example and I will make a judgement"
In making a judgement a person can be right or wrong.
I think he'll get 18 months to two years and they will make a judgement then.
But when the two come together, it's not so easy to make a judgement.
Either way, I'll wait to see for myself before making a judgement on the service.
The Trust made a judgement about this question last year.
If you going to make a judgement, at least get the facts together first.
What I'm not doing, however, is making a judgement about you as a person on the basis of this.
Considering the needs of the military, I'm not making a judgement as to whether that is good or bad.
So one has to make a judgement on which is the proper way to go forward.
If you object to anything, please say so, and I will make a judgement.
A judge is to make a judgement based on "good business norms".
A four point scale is used to make a judgement on how well social care services are performing.
In the end, a record company makes a judgement on the value and potential of a new band.
He might then have made a judgement on it, assessing its significance, if any.
It is vital, as I have said, that we do not rush to make a judgement.
This video specifically looks at making a judgement on the quality of teaching.
It is too soon yet to make a judgement about the relative importance of these different factors.
This is because the teacher would only be able to make a judgement call based on circumstantial evidence.
He was hairless, making a judgement of his age somewhat more difficult.
To make a judgement on how the service area is performing we:
We can then make a judgement on the plausibility of that explanation.
Try watching an episode and then make a judgement.
The Board uses this information to make a judgement on the length of hearing time required.
You are merely making a judgement on the characters of the rioters.
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