final judgment definition

  • noun:
    • a judgment getting rid of the case prior to the courtroom; following the wisdom (or an appeal as a result) is rendered all that remains is enforce the judgment
    • a judgment disposing of the scenario ahead of the court; after the view (or an appeal as a result) is rendered all of that continues to be is always to enforce the wisdom
    • a judgment getting rid of the outcome before the judge; after the view (or an appeal as a result) is rendered all that remains would be to enforce the view
    • a judgment losing the scenario prior to the courtroom; following the view (or an appeal from it) is rendered all that continues to be should enforce the view
    • a judgment getting rid of the scenario prior to the judge; after the wisdom (or an appeal as a result) is rendered all of that stays is always to enforce the wisdom
    • a judgment disposing of the truth ahead of the court; after the judgment (or an appeal from this) is rendered all that continues to be should enforce the judgment
    • a judgment disposing of the situation before the court; after the judgment (or an appeal from it) is rendered all that remains is enforce the judgment
    • a judgment getting rid of the actual situation ahead of the court; after the view (or an appeal as a result) is rendered all that remains would be to enforce the view

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