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Universities are judged on their graduation rates.
Judged by modern standards, this was a cruel thing to do.
The firm's success can be judged from its growing sales.
The water was judged to be of good quality.
The meeting was judged a success.
Mary judged it best not to say anything.
It's difficult to judge what kind of impression we made.
He judged that someone must have been in the house.
I love it, but come along and judge for yourself.
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the difference between how much money you get when you sell something and how much it costs you...
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