As a physician executive, you are paid to give advice and pass judgment
, but it's a matter of timing.
But Drilon, a Liberal Party vice chair, was quick to clarify that his call was not meant to pass judgment
on the qualifications of presidential aspirant Sen.
MyFox Detroit reported, during an interview with Detroit's Channel 95.5's Mojo in the Morning radio show on Wednesday, Brown said he critiques those who pass judgment
on the world's top golfer, reports News.com.au.
The same ridiculous protocol that prevented her from telling Lucian Freud where to stick his hatchet-faced portrait of her means she can't pass judgment
on Rolf's much warmer and affectionate image.
The Liverpool tribunal did not pass judgment
on whether Mr Cockill was guilty of this but said he had warranted dismissal by appearing in the Press.
The Chelsea defender is well qualified to pass judgment
because he won the World Cup with France in 1998 and twice clinched the Champions League - with Marseille against AC Milan in 1993 and the following season for AC Milan in a 4-0 battering of Barcelona.
Festina team director Bruno Roussel, who said that Voet was not even going to be part of the Tour de France team, complained yesterday that peopl e were rushing to pass judgment
before the facts were known.
It is so easy to pass judgment
on this young person.
On Drag, lang is inhaling all over the place--flying on the high of love's fix, bottoming out when the buzz wears off, but refusing to pass judgment
on either altered state.
Q: We engaged you, for a small fee, to pass judgment
on Barbaralee Diamonstein's new book.
Woodward has been accused, he says, of being a "presentist, a moralist, an ironist, and a one-time activist, of being a chronicler with a weakness for history-with-a-purpose and one influenced by a theologian [Reinhold Niebuhr].' He has faced "the still graver charge of being a historian, presumably dedicated to fact, who is inspired by fiction [by the works of Faulkner and Robert Penn Warren].' He himself declines to pass judgment
on the accuracy of such charges.
Alan said he would assume "good faith" on the part of the complainant, and added that this would be one time he would rather not pass judgment
The Daily Mirror has been more sympathetic than most papers to Leslie, believing that until we hear his side of the story it is unfair to pass judgment
It does not pass judgment
on which parent they should live with.
At this point, Nicodemus speaks up: "Does our law permit us to pass judgment
on a man unless we have first given him a hearing and learned the facts?" Like anyone who calls for deliberation and procedural fairness in the face of a mob bent on vigilante justice, Nicodemus is then accused of being a traitor.