An act, statement, legal decision, case, etc. that may serve as an example, reason, or justification for a later one
A thing decided. A doctrine whereby the court’s decision is binding upon the parties in any and all subsequent litigation concerning the same case. In effect, it bars the litigants from seeking to take the same case to another court in hopes of a different outcome, or of raising new issues that were not raised at the first trial.
(Intransitive) To determine; to make or grant an award.
form a judgment
implies either finding a solution to a problem to resolve a longing-standing issue or a firmness of intention to carry through a decision he resolved to lose 10 pounds
is to decide after careful investigation or reasoning
stresses finality in a decision, often one arrived at by arbitration, and implies the termination of all doubt or controversy
in addition suggests that the form, character, function, scope, etc. of something are precisely fixed the club decided on a lecture series and appointed a committee to determine the speakers, the dates, etc.
implies the bringing to an end of vacillation, doubt, dispute, etc. by making up one's mind as to an action, course, or judgment
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