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ADJAdjourned
ADJAdjudged
ADJAdjective
ADJAdjustable
ADJAmerican DJ (brand name)
ADJAdjacent
ADJAdjunct
ADJAdjoint (of a matrix or an operator; math)
ADJAdjutant
ADJAdministration of Justice (criminal justice course; various universities)
ADJAdjust/Adjustment
ADJAustralian Dental Journal
ADJAmman, Jordan - Civil (Airport Code)
ADJAction pour le Développement des Jeunes (French: Action for the Development of Youth; Togo)
ADJAustralian Designer Jewellery (Sydney, Australia)
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8 ( ANI ): The persistent efforts of the Airports Authority of India (AAI) in improving passenger conveniences and offering world-class services has resulted in six of its airports being adjudged among the best in the world.
The firm has been adjudged the number one global insurance brand for the ninth consecutive year by Interbrand Best Global Brands 2017.
The website says that Sirisena was adjudged as the world's best president by a Technical Committee made up of experts from reputable International Civil Service Organizations and think Tanks.
The governor said that Provincial Agriculture Officer Gloria "Gigi" Carillo also confirmed that the town of Bustos was also adjudged as the recipient of the outstanding Agri-Pinoy Rice Achievers Award in the regional and national category.
In another closely-fought contest Victoria Colts Seniors drew 1-1 with Star Ozzy's in what was adjudged a fair result.
Gail was adjudged the best performing PSU in the Maharatna segment and BPCL in Navaratna.
Ysgol Abercaseg was recently graded "excellent" by Estyn for all 10 performance indicators and was adjudged to be "pioneering" and "at the vanguard".
Given the limited information in this hypothetical, the adjudged sentence appears to be an appropriate punishment.
QPR are 4-11 to be relegated from the Premier League after a hugely controversial 2-1 defeat at Bolton yesterday Ivan Klasnic's late winner gave Bolton maximum points, but Clint Hill's header was adjudged not to have crossed the line despite being well over when the score was still 0-0.
Murad Shaikh was also impressive with his pace and accuracy, while Bepari was adjudged man of the final.
The 14-year-old Amandeep, a class IX student of the Indian School, was adjudged man-of-the-match.