The first examines how a judgment call
on one team affects referee scrutiny on the opposing team.
Good judgment calls
are a process, he said, not an event.
The judgment call
by Health Commission Wales in those circumstances has been perverse.
This assignment challenges the reader to compare ideas, assess the value of theories, make judgment calls
based on the value of evidence, and recognize subjectivity, which are all taken from Bloom's evaluation stage of learning.
It may take several episodes for Martha Stewart to make her judgment call
on the wannabes who will fill her televised boardroom on "Martha Stewart: The Apprentice," which made its debut last month.
Although various criteria have been published, in practice this is a judgment call
, and we suspect that physicians vary considerably in use of antimicrobial agents for skin infections.
First, keep the file lean: If you decide you must keep all your old e-mails and their attachments for years and years, that's your judgment call
, but recognize that such a strategy means the file will grow to an enormous size.
There are numerous tables and formulas to assist us in this process, but in the end, the CPA must make a judgment call
about what would be considered by the "average Joe" to be misleading in a set of financial statement.
It's a judgment call
, but most newsletter marketers have found that sending "a sample issue and an order form" isn't enough.
Whether that constitutes a "crisis" is a judgment call
She is right to point out that deconstruction entered architecture in the '80s in a way that reinforced rather than destabilized gender hierarchies, but her sweeping judgment call
overlooks deconstructive methods that have been so central to feminist practices, evident in nearly every contribution to The Architect.
This informal network made A easy for us to compare notes, to discuss the many judgment call
parents must take, and generally to back each other up.
Hence, the examining pathologist must make a judgment call
Obviously, it's a judgment call
that depends on the people you're managing and the situation.
Anyway, now that we've made it clear that what's reasonable is a judgment call
on constitutional law by the arresting officer (who should not have to explain it verbally while making a bust, like Miranda), I think we've laid to rest the vagueness.