The Michigan Senate passed a bill similar to Mississippi: if you are deemed suspicious of drug use, you must take the test.
There was nothing clueless about him saying that he liked to fire insurance providers whose service he deemed unsatisfactory.
Policy watchdog RH Reality Check deemed it “one of the most extreme pieces of anti-choice legislation in the country.”
Not one of them deemed safe for human consumption, a disclaimer that is often printed on the packaging to this day.
It was deemed too risky to try to disarm or move those chemical munitions, according to these officials.
She had openly and boldly censured the conduct of the bishop, and was deemed the friend of Orestes; therefore she must die.
To serve your friend would have been, I deemed, a labour of love.
Had he not possessed this blemish, Nelligan would have deemed him nearly faultless.
They knew not what deed it was that they deemed themselves resolved to do.
Is the assembly to be deemed indifferent or supine because it refuses to act on the testimony of a solitary witness?
Old English deman "to judge, condemn, think, compute," from root of dom (see doom (n.)). Originally "to pronounce judgment" as well as "to form an opinion." The two judges of the Isle of Man were called deemsters in 17c., a title formerly common throughout England and Scotland and preserved in the surname Dempster.