Law. a note that expressly authorizes a creditor, in case of default, to seek a judgment in court without notifying the debtor.
Judgement Vs. Judgment
Is judgment spelled with an e? Have you ever seen the word judgment spelled two different ways? Sometimes, it appears as we spelled it here (no e), and other times it appears with an e: judgement. Which one is correct? Well, the short answer is that judgment is the prevailing (“dominant”) spelling. Many think that the difference between judgement and judgment is that the longer version is the British …
Why was the scary word “cataclysm” so popular on Google yesterday? What does it mean?
If a word like “cataclysm,” that basically means “a ginormous, Armageddon–style disaster” is all over the Web, you might feel a tad cantankerous, or at least concerned. Would it make you feel better to know that the news was greeted by thousands of geeks around the world with glee? Enough teasing — “Cataclysm” refers to the latest installment of “World of Warcraft,” the multiplayer fantasy game …
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