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An order from a judge or jury to pay a certain amount of money. Judgments usually come after a lawsuit or a criminal conviction. For example, if a company is sued and found liable, it may receive a judgment for, say, $1 million, which it must pay to the plaintiff. Also, if one is convicted of theft, one may be ordered to repay what one has stolen. See also: Out-of-Court Settlement.
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An order of a court.

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Critique: Ably written with the clarity that makes it equally accessible to the non-specialist general reader and academia alike, "A Brief History of Doom: Two Hundred Years of Financial Crises" is a particularly timely and informative contribution to our on-going national discussion with respect to governmental economic policies, private capital investment trends, and our deeply divided political responses to the national debt, corporate taxation policies, and the Trump administrations tariff wars with China, Mexico, and others.
Using his piano Matthew created a spooky/horror character called 'Uncle Doom and His Organ Of Gloom' that could drive around playing well known music and sound effects that are associated with Halloween.
A user wrote, "Timothy Dalton as the chief in Doom Patrol is the best casting in the whole damn world."
It's captured the very heart of what Doom was all about: gore, guns and glory.
| A still from the new Doom, and the collector's edition, far left
The upcoming Doom has had a difficult development so far, since it was announced back in May 2008.
He is married to Dee Ann (Cox) Doom and they have two children, Kagan (23) and Mitch (19).
Doom is a version of Founders' award-winning specialty Imperial IPA, Double Trouble, that is aged in bourbon barrels for four months.
In this essay, I would like to examine a much more elusive motif whose Germanic influence may not be immediately visible, but is present nonetheless: fate and doom. These closely related, and sometimes interchangeable, notions play a prominent role in The Silmarillion, as the myriad characters in the stories find their "fates" tied in with the larger fate of their clan or of Middle-earth in general.
TOP psychologist Jo Hemmings says: I'm not in the least surprised people are turning to sex amid all the doom and gloom.
Best pro-skater-fronted psychedelic doom band I've ever heard.
Basically what happened is that Madlib got tired of waiting for Doom, reimagined the album as an easy listening space-out, found an unreleased seven-inch on the .