A ruling by an umpire, referee, or similar official during a sporting event, based on his or her perception of events and in the absence of any objective measurement.
Any decision or other determination based on subjective criteria, especially one which takes into account the particular circumstances of a situation.
The summons which will call the spirits of the deceased to their heavenly reward at the time of Final Judgment.
The numerical value of judgment call in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of judgment call in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
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You need a judgment call for these things, and this 2-degree thing was a judgment call that happened at the interface of science and policy.
I made a poor judgment call in wanting to step in on a situation that I should have just let evolve without the prime minister thrusting himself into the middle of it.
At least 25 to 30 percent of our volunteers are professionals in the field and are able to make a judgment call in the case of emergency, because that can happen, the rest are people with hands-on experience; parents and siblings of a child or adult on the spectrum are always good, special education teachers.
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