malefactor


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one who commits a crime

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2 "So this was the present, then," remarks the Malefactor during his first visit to the modern-day human world.
It describes the fate of two malefactors who are being transported through the streets of Siena on the way to the gallows in 1371.
Jesus showed this rule in various stories and parables: feeding the 5,000, the woman brought before him accused of adultery, the rich man and Lazarus, the parable of the lost son, the servant's wages, his grief over his friend Lazarus, his praise for the widow's mite, washing his disciples feet, his healing of the soldier's ear in Gethsemane, his kindness to the malefactor executed by his side, and so on.
In this final instalment in The Boy Sherlock Holmes series, Sherlock's brother Mycroft helps Sherlock discover what terrible plot his rival Malefactor is about to unleash.
Sherlock discovers that one of the henchmen of his old rival, Malefactor, has been installed in a key government position.
I think it is a poor commentary on this country that it takes the European Union to get us to adopt enlightened practices, based on the idea that every effort should be made to change the malefactor into a good citizen GEOFFREY BULMER, Billingham
The one was announced to be due to a factory defect and the other - due to the actions of a malefactor," Kirchev said.
Most nations abuse animals, but China, which I enormously admire in other ways, unfortunately remains a major malefactor.
Irene Doyle and Malefactor both reappear and play key roles.
When someone was driving him crazy, he would suggest that it might be good to invite the malefactor into said closet.
While Skotnicki's suggestion that "Christ himself is and must be treated as the malefactor" (73) is certainly Church tradition, it would appear more normative that in those horrific cases of offense that repulses even other criminals--thrill murderers, serial rapists, and child molesters--the malefactor we are dealing with is the Devil, with whom an evil partnership has been formed quite beyond that mundane pact with the criminal world made by the professional and habitual criminal largely motivated by economic gain.
The influence they have is exerted in being a malefactor of education and a promoter of alternative methods of acquiring income by associating African-Americans with gangs, drug-dealing, poverty, and success in sports.
Though bleeding profusely, Young then shot and killed the malefactor before he could drive off.
If you have to send a message to the malefactor, take him or her aside.
That is a palpable departure from a case of simple embezzlement, which can be carried out by a lone malefactor, notes Harvey Kelly, a partner in the New York-based corporate investigations practice at PricewaterhouseCoopers.