judge (someone or something) on its own merits
to judge or evaluate someone or something on its own good points and achievements
Our company always judges each employee on his or her own merits.
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  • judging by (something)
  • jump all over (someone)
  • jump at (something)
  • jump bail
  • jump down (someone`s) throat
  • jump on (someone)
  • jump on the bandwagon
  • jump out of one`s skin
  • jump the gun
  • jump the track
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  • make free with (someone or something)
  • use strong language
  • on the horizon
  • for all I care
  • little pitchers have big ears
  • to a T
  • get at (something)
  • in luck
  • good riddance to bad rubbish
  • laugh (something) out of court

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