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that which is morally bad or objectionable

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As closely as I read it, I could find no mention of "iniquity." With a little stretching, I could see some parallelisms between "iniquity" and "inequity."
Any action by the Government must include those who rely in rural areas on coal, oil and tankered gas, otherwise a great iniquity will result.
It iniquity Dickens Yet when the practical effect of this is to allow corporate giants like Tesco to profit from the free labour of teenagers who can't find a job, it seems just the kind of egregious iniquity that would have had Charles Dickens reaching for his pen to compose a damning account of exploitation.
"Rejoiceth not in iniquity..."--1 Corinthians,13:6 In truth you knew he was yours to teach, to guide, to know as spirit over the child flesh, to accept the way we knew each other in worlds before this, before the shadow made you an apostate, a rogue disciple, and pine rushes taught you lies are truth and truth are lies, the killing space of saints.
Paul Castles THE MAIL'S RACING CORRESPONDENT Paul's Top Tips WINCANTON 12.35 Royale's Charter 1.10 That'lldoboy 1.45 Veiled 2.15 Silviniaco Conti 2.45 Grandouet 3.20 Checkerboard (nap) 3.55 Basil Fawlty DONCASTER 12.15 Rugosa 12.50 Iffraam 1.25 Wordismybond 2.00 Entitled 2.35 Principal Role 3.10 Zuider Zee 3.40 Libranno 4.10 GoalKELSO 12.25 Ravens Secret 1.00 Tanzanite Bay 1.30 Den Of Iniquity 2.05 Winter Alchemy 2.40 De Boitron 3.15 The Cockney Squire 3.45 Jumby Bay SANDOWN 12.45 Cotillion 1.20 Eradicate 1.55 Mentalist 2.25 Roudoudou Ville.
Given the way those fees have graduated, there's now little argument about their iniquity, or alienating effects for the poorer sections of society.
What with how those fees have graduated, there's little argument about their iniquity, or alienating effects for the poorer sections of society.
A strong case can also be made for Den Of Iniquity in the Atlantic Enterprises Handicap Chase (3.20).
The chief value of this work lies in its detailed focus on key topics relating to Baptist origins: believer's baptism, whether Baptists are church or sect, Thomas Helwys's The Mystery of Iniquity, Anabaptist petitions of 1660 and 1661, millennialism, the dangers of "just reading" the Bible, and Baptist/Anabaptist relationships.
** DOUGHTY, Rebecca Iniquity Butterfly Pub, 2009 115pp $24.95 pbk ISBN 9780980655216
Hutchinson deserves more ON THE subject of good riding, why Wayne Hutchinson (below) doesn't get more chances remains a mystery, because he was outstanding on Den Of Iniquity at Newbury.
HOW dare George Tyndale refer to Nuneaton as a den of iniquity? Yes.
I remember when betting shops were smoke-filled dens of iniquity. They had coloured streamers for doors, the Extel blower that gave every horse a chance of winning (even mine) and one-armed bandits in every corner (they were all eventually arrested).
They have the power to hold up this iniquity for a year.
Den Of Iniquity, as low as 8-1 with Cashmans for the Weatherbys Champion Bumper, went some way to putting the finishing touches towards his Cheltenham Festival target with a workout yesterday.