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Synonyms for haze

Synonyms for haze

a thick, heavy atmospheric condition offering reduced visibility because of the presence of suspended particles

Synonyms for haze

atmospheric moisture or dust or smoke that causes reduced visibility

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confusion characterized by lack of clarity

become hazy, dull, or cloudy

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harass by imposing humiliating or painful tasks, as in military institutions

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Penalties were also raised for officers and member who witnessed hazing although they did not participate.
Lacson noted the proposed legislation seeks to ban all forms of hazing in school fraternities, sororities and organizations as well as those in the community or other associations, including those in the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), the Philippine National Police (PNP), the Philippine Military Academy (PMA), the Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) and other similar uniformed service learning institutions.
He added that Senate probers themselves uncovered the loopholes during their recent inquiry into the hazing death of Castillo.
element-invisibleOpinion ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1Now, after the death of another promising law student in fraternity initiation rites, the Senate has recommended a total ban on hazing.
Hazing has long been associated with Greek life in American culture, but (https://www.
Given its inherent dangers, we have to wonder, why does hazing continue?
Along with Chi Psi, the UO has suspended Phi Delta Theta until spring 2018 for repeated alcohol violations and drug use and Sigma Pi until fall 2018 for hazing and alcohol violations.
Hazing experiences from the perspective of the hazing perpetrator have received far less research attention.
In the 44 states where hazing is illegal, hazing participants could be held be civilly and criminally liable for their actions.
Note that allowing new members to "opt out" of hazing is still considered hazing
Kazantsev says she was hazed herself as a pledge and that she took part in some hazing activities.
The state government is in no mood to tolerate hazing in any form and neither compromise on punishment.
In what police have deemed a hazing incident, Champion was brutally beaten by fellow band members on a parked bus just hours after performing at a school football game in Orlando.
However, my booming pride in my alma mater, my pride-soaked connection was temporarily wrung out when I learned of the hazing death of fellow Rattler of the Marching 100, Robert Champion, after the Florida Classic in November.
Horizontal violence in nursing is comparable to hazing in the university or college setting, and is described by Longo and Sherman (2007) as "an act of aggression that is perpetrated by one colleague toward another colleague" (p.