Perhaps that is a judgment Oscar should consider the next time it rewards good work in a failed project.
That's enough to make me question his judgment on all matters.
One short passage (just 10 sentences) in their judgment spells out their reasoning for doing so.
He tests his judgment, and those of his advisers, without really engaging with a fully open mind.
One of the reasons I've reviewed so many Europeans is to avoid sitting in judgment on my fellow Americans.
Grandfather had such respect for her judgment that I knew he would not go against her.
I'd rather trust your judgment now than lots of older men down there.
The first judgment of the world upon Grgey's act was therefore unjust.
"The spring has gotten a strangle-hold on my judgment," he said to himself.
Thither assemble, on the night of judgment, the spirits of the dead.
mid-13c., "action of trying at law, trial," also "capacity for making decisions," from Old French jugement "legal judgment; diagnosis; the Last Judgment" (11c.), from jugier (see judge (v.)). From late 13c. as "penalty imposed by a court;" early 14c. as "any authoritative decision, verdict." From c.1300 in referfence to the Last Judgment. Also from c.1300 as "opinion." Sense of "discernment" is first recorded 1530s.