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Adjud is a city in Vrancea County, Moldavia, Romania. It has a population of 14,670 inhabitants. It lies at a railway junction which has a classification yard and a passenger station. Adjud, situated north of the point where the Trotuş River enters the Siret River, used to be a marketplace.
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To which Has Been Added Statutory Definitions by Frederick Stroud
ADJUD'ON. Bill of Exchange, or Promissory Note, or Bill of Lading, payable to a person's " Order " is a Negotiable Instrument : V. Bill of Exchaxge: Negotiable. A Bill of Exchange directing payment " to Order " is a good Bill, for it means " pay to ...
Words and Phrases. Being a Compilation of All Words, Phrases and Maxims which Have Been Defined, Construed, Interpreted Or Applied in Virginia and West Virginia Cases and in the Codes of Those States, Combined with a Digest of Virginia and West Virginia Cases and Principles of Law as Therein Applied by Fred P. Caldwell
ADJUD. FORMS. 1851.
by John Warrack, Ewan West
Gheorghiu, Angela (la Adjud, 7 Sept. 1965). Romanian soprano. Studied at the Budapest Academy. First major role in the West as Zerlina at London, CG, 1992; has returned to London as Mimi, Nina (Chérubin) and a highlyacclaimed Violetta.
A Law Dictionary (1839)
Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States of America, and of the Several States of the American Union : with References to the Civil and Other Systems of Foreign Law by John Bouvier, Robert Kelham
Vlde Things adjud ed. RESCISSI N OF CONTRACTS, is the destruction or annnlling of' a contract. A contract cannot, in general, be rescinded by one party unless both.
A Dictionary of the English Language, containing the pronunciation, etymology and explanation of all words authorized by eminent writers. To which are added, a vocabulary of the roots of English words and an accented list of proper names (1844)
by Alexander REID (LL.D.)
a judge; adjud. djudièate, extrajáic', £, ge, #: prejudicate, injudicious, misjudge, prejudge, rejudge, unjudged, unprejudicate. Jugülum (L.), the throat; jugular. Jugum (L.), a yoke; conjugate, ...
Compiled for the Use of Common Schools in the United States by Noah Webster
a putting off for a time Adjud'ge, v. t. to judge, pass sentence Adjudged, pa. determined, sentenced Adjudicate, ...
In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals, Their Part of Speech Pointed Out, and Their Synonyms Collected, which are Occasionally Illustrated in Their Different Significations, by Examples from the Best Writers by William Perry (lecturer in the Academy at Edinburgh.), Samuel Johnson
adjud(co) to give the thing controverted to one of the par- tics bv a judicial sentence, to award, decree, adjudicate, détermine a controversy; with to ttfort f/v perpjtr; to sentence or condemn to punishment; with to is/ore the thing: simply, ...
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