misdeed


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a serious breaking of the public law

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'A profligate, sir, who has forfeited every claim not only upon those who have the misfortune to be of his blood, but upon society which knows nothing of him but his misdeeds. A liar too,' he added, in a lower voice as he drew closer to me, 'who knows how dear she is to me, and seeks to wound me even there, because there is a stranger nearby.'
Oh pride of thy race, honour and glory of all La Mancha, nay, of all the world, that for want of thee will be full of evil-doers, no longer in fear of punishment for their misdeeds! Oh thou, generous above all the Alexanders, since for only eight months of service thou hast given me the best island the sea girds or surrounds!
Then as to the artisans and laborers who had been brought from Canada and shipped at such expense, the three most respectable, according to the captain's account, were culprits, who had fled from Canada on account of their misdeeds; the rest had figured in Montreal as draymen, barbers, waiters, and carriole drivers, and were the most helpless, worthless beings "that ever broke sea- biscuit."
Summary: To hide his misdeed, the officer withdrew cash from a machine near the police station and placed the cash into an evidence bag.
Chandrababu Naidu for his misdeed and unethical practices.
Family members of children committing the misdeed would have their tenancy jeopardised.
We typically react with ego, hurt, anger and resentment when there is a betrayal, or misdeed. What happens though when we forgive?
For high-profile personalities, such as high government officials or senior business executives, they pay the ultimate price for a misdeed, no matter how trivial or serious, and commit suicide to erase the personal shame or save their families from further embarrassment and social ostracism.
The man accused of the misdeed is prominent Shiite cleric Sheikh Yasser al-Habib, who has in the past accused Abu Bakr and Aisha of involvement in misdeeds.
MISDEED: Supporting Steny Hoyer instead of Pelosi for minority whip in 2001.
And no wonder they call patriotism blind after our TV commentators slaughtered the ref and Barca at every turn while ignoring any Arsenal misdeed. Poor show.
Years later, another George is re-naming his dad's misdeed, but the music's probably techno this time around (more bpms).
This 1981 Trudeau-Chretien misdeed is undermining Parliament's supremacy.
In its view of this Sarbanes-Oxley provision, however, the SEC believes a lawyer should also tell the SEC of the impending corporate misdeed and report it all the way up the corporate chain-of-command, ending with the board of directors.
Nor will it alter the practice where 90 per cent of any compensation paid to customers for mis-selling, or any other misdeed, comes out of with-profits funds.