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having the nature of or resulting from malice

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He has been charged with unlawfully and maliciously wounding with the intention to do grievous bodily harm.
Furthermore, it provides for a penalty of six months to a one-year imprisonment or a fine of P300,000 to P1 million to any person found to have maliciously and willfully accused another person or entity of violating the Act.
Ryan, pleaded guilty to maliciously wounding Mr Ellis on January 5 when they lived in Wrexham.
Stephen Graham, crew manager at Stockton fire station, said: "Someone had maliciously set fire to his front door.
Walker is charged with unlawfully and maliciously inflicting grievous bodily harm on Liam Marsh.
Lawson added that she did her civic duty, only to be maliciously vilified without the right to respond, adding that she was "disappointed but unsurprised" by Grillos' release.
95 million in compensation to be paid by two insurance companies who were found to have acted maliciously in handling his claim, a judge has ruled.
She claimed she had been referring to "19th century European colonialism", adding: "I think the Tweet was taken out of context and some people have interpreted it maliciously," she said.
Dubai A watchman has denied molesting a 12-year-old schoolgirl and accused her father of maliciously lodging a complaint against him due to an earlier fight between them.
Keir Starmer QC said relatives of people who kill themselves will not face prosecution as long as they do not maliciously encourage them and assist only a "clear settled and informed wish" to commit suicide.
Those issues include decompressing maliciously crafted data, viewing a maliciously crafted image with an embedded ColorSync profile, viewing a maliciously crafted OpenEXR, or processing a maliciously crafted PNG image.
The update concentrate more on security issue where an attacker could potentially could cause Safari to crash or execute arbitrary code when a user visits a maliciously crafted Web site.
In turn, Annette accepted the police officers in her case "did not act maliciously or in bad faith" and that their "actions were lawful".
Unfortunately, a sizeable proportion are made maliciously by those holding grudges against the reported claimant.
A spokesman from South Shields fire station said: "We suspect both were started maliciously.