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Verdict, judgment, decision: “but quickly on this side the v. went,” Compl. 113. “whereto my tongue a party v. gave,” R2 I, 3, 234. “giving my v. on the white rose side,” H6A II, 4, 48. “must your bold v. enter talk with lords?” III, 1, 63. “let us kill him, . . . is't a v.?” Cor. I, 1, 11. Specially, the determination of a jury declared to a judge: “to 'cide this title is impanneled a quest of thoughts, . . . and by their v. is determined . . .,” Sonn. 46, 11. “what lawful quest have given their v. up unto the frowning judge?” R3 I, 4, 189. “not ever the justice and the truth o'the question carries the due o'the v. with it,” H8 V, 1, 132.
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