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Synonyms: 1. Justice 2. Magistrate 3. Recorder 4. Sheriff 5. Jurat 6. Jurist 7. Surrogate 8. Alcalde 9. Beak 10. Reeve 11. Bailie 12. Adjudicator 13. Arbiter 14. Assessor 15. Evaluator 16. Appraiser 17. Examiner 18. Moderator 19. Umpire 20. Referee ...21. Linesman 22. Mediator 23. Expert 24. Connoisseur 25. Authority 26. Specialist 27. Pundit 28. Adjudicator 29. Arbiter 30. Assessor 31. Evaluator 32. Appraiser 33. Examiner 34. Moderator 35. Umpire 36. Referee 37. Linesman 38. Mediator 39. Expert 40. Connoisseur 41. Authority 42. Specialist 43. Pundit 44. Judges 45. Conclude 46. Decide 47. Determine 48. Consider 49. Believe 50. Think 51. Deem 52. View 53. Deduce 54. Gather 55. Infer 56. Gauge 57. Tell 58. See 59. Say 60. Estimate 61. Assess 62. Guess 63. Surmise 64. Conjecture 65. Hold 66. Count 67. Reckon 68. Figure 69. Guesstimate 70. Try 71. Hear 72. Adjudicate 73. Decide 74. Adjudge 75. Pronounce 76. Decree 77. Rule 78. Find 79. Adjudicate 80. Arbitrate 81. Umpire 82. Referee 83. Mediate 84. Moderate 85. Officiate 86. Assess 87. Appraise 88. Evaluate 89. Examine 90. Review 91. Criticize 92. Legal See more »
1. Les francs-juges (translated as "The Free Judges" or "The Judges of the Secret Court") is the title of an unfinished opera by the French composer Hector Berlioz written to a libretto by his friend Humbert Ferrand in 1826. Berlioz abandoned the incomplete composition and destroyed most of the music.
2. The performance was the occasion of a split among the actors of the Comedie Frangaise, and the new theatre in the Palais Royal, established by the dissidents, was inaugurated with Henri VIII (1791), generally recognized as Chenier's masterpiece; Jean Calas, ou l'ecole des juges followed in the same year.
3. Juge m (plural juges) (law, religion) judge referee; Derived terms . juge d'instruction; Further reading “juge” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).
4. In this article we use the terms ketarim even though they are anachronistic; Five -- Tola, Yair, Ibzan, Elon and Abdan -- are presented as civil juges with no military involvement. Three -- Ehud, Shamgar, and Samson, plus Barak who is not designated a judge -- had purely military functions, while three -- Othniel, Gideon and Jephthah -- are
5. Les francs-juges (translated as "The Free Judges" or "The Judges of the Secret Court") is the title of an unfinished opera by the French composer Hector Berlioz written to a libretto by his friend Humbert Ferrand in 1826. Berlioz abandoned the incomplete composition and destroyed most of the music. He retained the overture, which has become a popular concert item, and used some other musical
6. juges 11 Louis Segond (LSG). 11 Jephthé, le Galaadite, était un vaillant héros. Il était fils d'une femme prostituée; et c'est Galaad qui avait engendré Jephthé. 2 La femme de Galaad lui enfanta des fils, qui, devenus grands, chassèrent Jephthé, et lui dirent: Tu n'hériteras pas dans la maison de notre père, car tu es fils d'une autre femme.
7. Les francs-juges, Op. 3.Composed 1826. The overture to Berlioz's first attempt at opera, which was never staged.The overture was first performed in the concert hall of the Paris Conservatoire as part of an all Berlioz concert on 26 May 1828. In his study on the composer, Jacques Barzun describes the work as "a genuine tour de force for a young dramatic musician working without knowledge of
8. Juges. Les 18 juges de la CPI sont élus par l’Assemblée des États parties pour leurs compétences, leur impartialité et leur intégrité, pour un mandat de neuf ans non renouvelable. Ils sont les garants de procès équitables et rendent des décisions. De plus, ils délivrent des mandats d’arrêt et des citations à comparaître
9. juges 6 Louis Segond (LSG). 6 Les enfants d'Israël firent ce qui déplaît à l'Éternel; et l'Éternel les livra entre les mains de Madian, pendant sept ans. 2 La main de Madian fut puissante contre Israël. Pour échapper à Madian, les enfants d'Israël se retiraient dans les ravins des montagnes, dans les cavernes et sur les rochers fortifiés.
10. This is "Le Roundup face à ses juges (trailer)" by M2R Films on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them. This is "Le Roundup face à ses juges (trailer)" by M2R Films on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them. Make social videos in an instant: use custom templates to tell the right
11. Choses-juges definition: Noun 1. plural form of chose jugée
12. Traitements et salaires des juges et dépenses communes de personnel concernant les juges. ( ii) other common costs. Ii autres dépenses communes. Judges' common costs in 2015-2016. Dépenses communes des juges en 2015-2016. President( including allowance and common costs).
13. Berlioz Music Scores Overture: Les Francs juges (H 23D) This page is also available in French. See also Berlioz Libretti; Berlioz and his music: self-borrowings. Composed in the autumn of 1826 for his youthful opera Les Francs juges on a libretto written by his friend Humbert Ferrand, this powerful and imaginative work was the first convincing manifestation of Berlioz’s instrumental genius.
14. Affaire Esterhazy : a Messieurs le président et juges du 1er conseil de guerre à Paris. Author/Creator: Strauss, Henri. Other Title: A Messieurs le président et juges du 1er conseil de guerre à Paris Publication: [Strasbourg : s.n., 1898?] Format/Description: Book [8] p. ; 23 cm. Subjects: Esterhazy, Ferdinand Walsin, 1847-1923.

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