perfidiousness


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betrayal of a trust

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Other than Gambill's study, which examined the impact of academic integrity practices in a small liberal arts college to reduce academic perfidiousness, few studies were found to specifically address reducing academic deception and dishonesty.
For example, Jones intercedes energetically on behalf of the pregnant, unwed Nancy Miller, eloquently insisting to his friend Nightingale that since he seduced her he must now marry her, even though she has no fortune; he turns down a marriage proposal from the widow Hunt, even though the marriage would extricate him from his financial difficulties; he forgives his enemies, even Blifil, whose perfidiousness has been responsible for all his troubles.
FAR from being censured for using his internet connections to catch up with the latest goings on in The Archers radio soap, I think Dr Gibbon's novel way of avoiding having to listen to Morgan's inane ramblings down at the Palace of Perfidiousness is highly commendable.
Many stories of Nixon's perfidiousness are fairly well known, but Dallek does a commendable job of amplifying previous judgments with new material he has unearthed.
17) In 1676 Mary Rowlandson recorded the perfidiousness and superstition still evident among the "praying Indians" in The Sovereignty and Goodness of God, Together with the Faithfulness of His Promises Displayed; Being a Narrative of the Captivity and Restauration of Mrs.
What sickens him is the revealed perfidiousness of Sempronius, but his slide into suicide is accompanied not just by the revolt of his enemies but also by the emotional defection of his loved ones.
Brendell's torment following the perfidiousness of his Guild is predictable, comprehensible and quite plausible.