1 I knew of their guilt though, and I determined that I should be judge, jury, and executioner all rolled into one.
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2 "I wish you to judge for me entirely," was the reply.
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3 The less I understood of this farrago, the less I was in a position to judge of its importance; and an appeal so worded could not be set aside without a grave responsibility.
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4 And I am myself to be judge," said the Templar, "and am only to be convicted on my own admission, that I have seen no maiden so beautiful since Pentecost was a twelvemonth.
5 Oswald deemed it his duty to secure Gurth, as a fugitive of whose fate his master was to judge.
6 "The Prior shall judge of that matter," replied the Captain.
7 The laws of England," interrupted Beaumanoir, "permit and enjoin each judge to execute justice within his own jurisdiction.
8 Thou hast spoken well, Brother Albert," said Beaumanoir; "thy motives were good, since thou didst judge it right to arrest thine erring brother in his career of precipitate folly.
9 But I rather judge it the kinder feelings of nature, which grieves that so goodly a form should be a vessel of perdition.
10 One half of those vain follies were puffed into mine ear by that perfidious Abbot Wolfram, and you may now judge if he is a counsellor to be trusted.
11 The Pope and Princes of Europe shall judge our quarrel, and whether a Christian prince has done well in bucklering the cause which thou hast to-day adopted.
12 He did not want them to die of love; but with sense and temper which ought to have made him judge and feel better, he allowed himself great latitude on such points.
13 Don't imagine that nobody in this house can see or judge but yourself.
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14 As far as she could judge, Mr. Crawford was considerably the best actor of all: he had more confidence than Edmund, more judgment than Tom, more talent and taste than Mr. Yates.
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15 Fanny knew her own meaning, but was no judge of her own manner.
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