By what right did he pass judgment on my ability?
He certainly had no right to pass judgment on anyone.
His job wasn't to believe them or to pass judgment.
She also seems to have passed judgment on the film without even having seen it.
"It will be important to see how things play out in the future, and until then we can't pass final judgment."
Therefore, I do not feel able to pass judgment on him.
"We cannot change the past, and I won't pass judgment on what has happened."
"I'm going to look a little longer before I pass judgment."
A few days later the picture was finished and he came to pass judgment.
I did not pass judgment on the value of that property.
Nevertheless, she felt the time had finally come to allow others to pass judgement on them.
But see at least one before you pass judgement on this extraordinary institution.
I love them both and can't let you pass judgement.
Then, once our survey had been completed, he passed judgement.
Until the time came to pass judgement, he would keep her safe.
So I'm giving a shot, try out the 14 day free trial and then pass judgement.
I'll wait until the final release before I pass judgement.
You don't have to leap in and pass judgement or give advice immediately.
How can you pass judgement on something you've never watched?
A national judge should not and cannot pass judgement on the validity of derived law.
The reason given was that, as a senior judge, he had been repeatedly late in delivering judgments.
When a court decides a case, it makes a decision and then usually delivers a judgment or a an opinion about what the law is.
In 2008, the Court delivered judgment deciding that no violations took place.
It is up to the people considering the planning application to deliver a judgment on the assessment.
"But as the king took part in the hunt, I beg his permission to deliver judgment."
After sitting for 206 days, Megarry delivered a judgment containing 100,000 words.
Judges may deliver joint judgments or give their own separate opinions.
In the end, it's hard to deliver a firm judgment, although the pianist's approach certainly stands apart from the norm.
No judgments delivered during this period are of greater service to the student of law than his".
Empathy is not a process that is likely to deliver certain judgments about the emotional states of others.