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The term judicial is the 5.839th most common word in the English vocabulary and appears 16.377 times within English Wikipedia. The part of speech is adjective. The syllabication is ju·di·cial. There follow instances of the word in text: "... had supreme jurisdiction in judicial matters, made legislation, led ..."¹ "... its name had no judicial powers like the Court ..."² "... of Lords held several judicial functions."³ Rotated its written laiciduj. Superficial, prejudicial und surficial rhymes on it. The according MD5 checksum is 5e3f93956d15bed678cee66ff0a609fb and the SHA1 hash is 1815109092e752632fe3c2349d5404488e7f9851. The T9 representation 58342425 corresponds this word.

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word name: judicial

part of speech: adjective

words with similar meaning: discriminative juridic official righteousness juridical

typical left word neighbours: legislative federal exercise highest supreme fourteenth tenth

typical right word neighbours: review proceedings inquiry branch branches restraint nominees

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