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adjudicate

(ă-jood′ĭ-kāt″) [L. adjudicare, to award a judgment, judge]
To issue or make a judgment in a court of law, e.g., regarding malpractice.
adjudication (-jood″ĭ-kā′shŏn) adjudicator (-jood′ĭ-kāt″ŏr)

adjudicate (əjōō´dikāt´),

v the final step in dental peer review at which the dental peer review committee renders a formal, nonlegal decision on a case.
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The only other example of note is that in a few decisions, the adjudicator referred to country documents that indicated women were economically dependent on men.
The adjudicator held that the complainant had not established a protectable right in the descriptive words "private-sale" and the dispute was refused (ZA2007-0008, p 18).
Merkur sees the appeal of the Merrick decision to be a government attempt to send a message to the adjudicators.
Staff in the Director CF Grievance Administration examine complaints before they are passed to the Board or to the Adjudicator.
We looked at adjudicator decisions for three important factors in the permanent partial disability guidelines: range of motion, release to return to work, and strength.
Meanwhile, Khalid's lawyer said he was satisfied with the way the case was advancing before the adjudicator, adding he expected justice from the forum.
4 provides that the decision of the independent adjudicator on the appeal shall be final and binding to all parties," the statement went on to state.
In this instance, the adjudicator initially found in favour of the council, although we did receive further comments following the decision.
In the coming year I will be redoubling my efforts to overcome this fear factor and also to reach suppliers overseas, where knowledge of the Groceries Code Adjudicator (GCA) remains low," she said.
I knew I had won but I had no idea what the adjudicator was going to say about my work," he said.
However, unspent levy must be returned and this increase in the amount of levy available allows the adjudicator to have a 'float' to fund potential investigations into bad or unfair practices.
The sale of movable property shall be carried out in a manner determined by the adjudicator.