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Use "judicially" in a sentence
"One last point: Even if we say, as Bush v. Gore does, that the Fourteenth Amendment applies to the standards for counting votes in judicially supervised recounts, the remedy the five person majority ordered in that case does not secure equal protection."
"They could be described as judicially compassionate, even though they face the same hair-raising situations each peer faces."
"Refunds to holders of tax titles judicially adjudged invalid."