Adjudicates [verb]

Definition of Adjudicates:

formally judge

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Arise typically tells agents who have concerns about the Independent Business they work under that it has no responsibility for adjudicating any disputes.

Such an institution may sound difficult to create, but many individual states have used judicial panels to successfully sort through close elections, and other democratic nations have far better laws to adjudicate contested elections.

Insurance companies auto-adjudicate millions of claims on software that may be decades old, said Bricker, who produces videos to help consumers and employers understand health care.

Once we receive all your battle plans, we’ll adjudicate all the possible one-on-one matchups.

The United States will adjudicate and settle the claims of its citizens against Spain relinquished in this article.

Hillel then undertakes to adjudicate between the contending views by striking a compromise.

Here is a Court primarily designed to adjudicate on the simple disputes of poor people.

He did not adjudicate with his previous rigor, however, because of the success of Justice Sandford's policy of leniency.

I made every effort to adjudicate the case, but as each clan seemed unwilling to yield, failed to bring the parties together.

The magistrate holding a commission was to attend to the legal duties and adjudicate all suits in connection therewith.