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shock

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to affect with a strong feeling of moral aversion

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strike with disgust or revulsion

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The KBA chief was of the view that Hashmi was accused of scandalising the judiciary and a case in this regard was already pending a trial against him before an antiterrorism court.
Meanwhile, Mr Hain has welcomed the launch of a consultative process by the Law Commission to reform the laws, including the offence of scandalising the court.
1925: The Charleston arrived in Britain: After scandalising Southern Belles in its birthplace of Charleston, South Carolina, the dance craze of the 20s finally hit British shores.
The act of lowering or scandalising the authority of the court is obstruction of justice and a punishable act.
In Halsbury's Laws of England, it is laid down that the act of lowering or scandalising the authority of the court is obstruction of justice and a punishable act.
Mr Hain and his publishers had questioned at an earlier hearing whether the offence of scandalising a judge still existed in law.