Origin of judicial
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But highest profile does not mean most judicially meritorious.
We would not have Lawrence v. Texas and the threat of judicially imposed definitions of marriage.
"We'll see what it is before we decide," said Midget, judicially.Marjorie at Seacote|Carolyn Wells
For a moment more he held it judicially, as I have seen men hold a contract upon whose terms they were finally passing.The Virginian|Owen Wister
It will be, at best, years before these can be judicially construed so that they may be generally understood.
The principal criminal returned to his native isle, where his liberation was judicially sanctioned.Lola Montez|Edmund B. d'Auvergne
"But I think we'd better not let them into it," said Eunice, judicially.Cricket at the Seashore|Elizabeth Westyn Timlow