dishonourably


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Synonyms for dishonourably

in a dishonorable manner or to a dishonorable degree

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Here, three more highlights of the fiction ought to be singled out: One, contrary to what Bhansali's film depicts, Ratan Sen is not dishonourably killed by Khalji, but by a fellow Rajput.
Manadi' for the dishonourably discharged and music for the honourable.
It was not immediately clear whether the dismissals referred to in Sunday's official gazette included any of those dishonourably discharged previously.
Picking up the plot four years after the events of Resistance 2, dishonourably discharged soldier Joseph Capelli is forced to traverse the apocalyptic wasteland separating his family hideout in Oklahoma from the Chimera's base in an ice-bound New York City.
The duke is a man who does not know how to tell an untruth or behave dishonourably.
00pm) The murdered bodies of two dishonourably discharged officers are found aboard a boat belonging to Gibbs - and subsequent inquiries cast suspicion on his mentor Mike Franks.
August 13- the Tribunal adjudicating in the First General Court Martial (GCM-1) where he was charged of being involved in politics while serving in the forces, recommended that Fonseka be dishonourably discharged from his rank.
Mahinda Rajapaksa, Sri Lanka's president, has formally approved a court martial ruling to dishonourably discharge Sarath Fonseka, the former army chief.
The mission to recover the printing plates goes horribly wrong and the A-Team are court-martialed, dishonourably discharged and thrown into prison on criminal charges.
So, it turns out that the guys, despite being Iraq veterans, are dishonourably disbanded and wrongly imprisoned after a mission goes wrong.
A disciplinary decision also ruled that they should do an extra 30 days of military service, they were dishonourably transferred, were expelled from the Military Police force and had to change their plans to attend University because of the extra time they were forced to spend in the army.
A defence ministry spokesman said more than 90pc of armed services personnel who test positive for illegal substances are dishonourably discharged, while the remaining 10pc are usually from junior ranks.
The jury heard that Gardner - a Royal Artillery soldier, based at Roberts Barracks in Larkhill, Wiltshire, who has been dishonourably discharged from the Army - plotted to kidnap a child as young as seven or eight with unknown potential accomplices, identified only by the chatroom names such as EDM and Neil Shaw 15.
Even the Presidency he would not win dishonourably.
He was dishonourably discharged from the Army after an affray offence in 2005.