Judgement based on what has been observed is a conclusion.
There are two main principles of rule of law. One focuses on no judgement and only going by the facts. The other principle is based on the rights are derived by the law.
A rule or standard that is set by example in the past and taken as a rule or standard for the future.
It's an ethical standard where a person lives by a set of rules, and the level of morality of any action is based on how close it is to that set of rules.
instead of being a government based on the rule of the king it was based upon the rule of the majorityMajority
A standard of judgement; an established rule or principle for testing anything.Criterion is singular; criteria is the plural.Answer:A standard by which something can be judged or decided. In a typical context, there is more than one criterion under consideration and thus the plural "criteria" is more commonly encountered.
In the legal sense, the term "merits" refers to a judgement made by the judge based on the facts presented. The judgement is largely based on the evidence presented and not the case presented by the attorneys.
a theroy based on an judgement is called the effect
Make a judgement based on your evaluation of the speaker's arguments.
"Stretch the truth" is not a standard rule for writing a good resume.