dishonorable


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meriting or causing shame or dishonor

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The number of dishonorable discharges logged in NICS jumped in the past year.
It is an indication that the Assad regime, supported by the Russians, is plumbing the depths of dishonorable conduct.
It was a critical point and I couldn't keep silent on the crime, degeneration and dishonorable enrichment.
An A1C was sentenced to eight months confinement, a dishonorable discharge and forfeiture of $1,516 per month for eight months, and reduction to E-1 for raping his sleeping male roommate.
looks on at a press conference held at the PRC office yesterday on the alleged forgery of the signature of the PRC chairperson in connection with the SEC registration of the Philippine Society for Stem Cell Medicine, whose incorporators have been accused of unprofessional, dishonorable and unethical conduct before the PRC.
Washington, November 2 ( ANI ): Charlie Sheen has slammed his former wife Brooke Mueller's lawyer team and has said that the judge who jails him is "a fat, dishonorable douchebag.
Know the laws, and stay clear of baiting and other dishonorable short cuts.
The US should release Pollard now; he can fly back on the plane with Shimon Peres and end an ugly and dishonorable chapter in US history.
Punishments can include dishonorable discharge, confinement for two years and the total forfeiture of all pay and allowances, the colonel said.
But if they cannot prove, they are dishonorable and low.
In addition to the confinement, Green will receive a dishonorable discharge, was reduced in rank from a technical sergeant to basic airman and will forfeit all pay.
Canada has a long and dishonorable history of poaching skilled personnel trained at someone else's cost.
Dear Dishonorable Discharge, First off, why not use a pantiliner?
While Cassandra is angelically fair and Rosalind is a "fiery dragon", both young women are prepared to thwart any dishonorable schemes Richard and Julian might employ.