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Synonyms for corporal

Synonyms for corporal

of or relating to the human body

Synonyms for corporal

a noncommissioned officer in the Army or Air Force or Marines

affecting or characteristic of the body as opposed to the mind or spirit

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possessing or existing in bodily form

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2 UNICEF, Corporal Punishment in Schools in South Asia, (Regional Office for South Asia, 2001)
Lance Corporal Craig Roberts, |Lance Corporal Edward Maher and Corporal James Dunsby
Hajj did not ask about Hariri, the unnamed ISF corporal told the court.
A Vatican spokesman said the pope did not advocate corporal punishment.
Una de las preocupaciones principales de la situacion actual de la vulnerabilidad de los jovenes Caribenos es el uso continuo del castigo corporal por las personas responsables del cuidado de los ninos para imponerles disciplina.
In 1977, the Supreme Court upheld corporal punishment in schools, ruling in Ingraham v.
Many child rights and health organisations, too, have advocated for the prohibition of corporal punishment, as it is counterproductive, ineffective, dangerous and harmful to children.
Tratar de imagem corporal e sua composicao nos faz ver que vai alem do que imaginamos ser, por exemplo, os aspectos de sua construcao sao multifatoriais (Damasceno, 2006).
Mudancas na composicao corporal de um praticante de bale pode refletir negativamente na sua performance e na aparencia visual, requisito necessarios para uma apresentacao (Pereira e colaboradores, 2010).
I believe corporal punishment is violence against children and I do not believe that children should be subjected to any form of violence.
The 2016 report found that black children in Alabama and Mississippi are 51 percent more likely to receive corporal punishment than their white peers.
We tried to analyze (a) the effects of corporal punishment on the children resulting in the negativity and aggression in the behavior of the child (b) the consoling effects of psychological treatment to nurse the ailing psychology of the child with positive responses.
Dubai: A policeman has been accused of cursing a police corporal and threatening to kill him with a knife if he reported to his superiors that he had been drinking alcohol.
In his opinion, corporal punishment was indefensible.
The others were: Lance Corporal Barry Stephen, from Scone, Perthshire.
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