But those who criminated
him fatally were rather believed, and on the motion of Haterius Agrippa, the consul-elect, the last penalty was invoked on the accused.
Venkataraman, who passed away on Tuesday at the Army Research and Referral Hospital, will be criminated
today at 4.
Whether the internal life of the people is strong or weak, whether there is a future for a people as internally projected, is an internal claim that cannot concern the larger political structure except insofar as a group of people are being is criminated
against because of their identity or affiliation.
For my purpose, and for simplicity, I shall deal only with identification; that is, the primitive one-valued semantics, the influence of which is found in both the two- and three-valued semantics, and may only be completely criminated
in an [infinity]-valued semantics [Korzybski's italics].
Not only has it criminated
the issue of physical, marketable securities to individuals and nondepository institutions, but it also has virtually ended all paper check payments to them; instead, interest payments and redemption proceeds are deposited electronically through ACH in an account designated by the investor.