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5-the effect of accused act in murder when someone causes one murder unwontedly for example when wind pushes down another from a high place on someone else and causes his death .based on jurists, in this case, government should pay the blood money (ardabih p.246) according to jurists public property not only is responsible about murder but also it cares about injuries.
The opening at the new Kunstraum of the Universitat Luneburg was unwontedly overcrowded.
They together went inside but Sohail told her colleague to leave and she unwontedly left the room.
Similarly, with Mary Rose's pioneering study of succession to family firms in nineteenth-century Britain--an unwontedly neglected topic, as she rightly urges--might it not be the case that a continuous series of new entries to an industry, from new families in new firms, makes the question of intergenerational succession less significant than it might first appear, and should it be the decline of successful new entries into an industry, rather than unsuccessful intergenerational entrepreneurship, that is studied more closely?
In this context Robert Gates has got somewhat of a bum rap as the rogue who unwontedly twisted intelligence data to fit the political desires of his bosses.
Although this distance in some cases seem pleasing (sympathizing), sometimes it becomes quite unpleasant and intolerable like a situation that people unwontedly have to stand next to each other in a crowded elevator, and some of them nervously look at floor or ceiling of the elevator.
He was quartered in a tavern from which, delighted to learn that the army had not absolutely refused to release him, he wrote unwontedly cheerful letters to George.
At that time Kagarlitsky, one of the leaders of the unofficial left opposition, was accused of attempts at "destabilization" and of being a self-aggrandizing ignoramus without even a degree, Unwontedly, Komsomolskaya Pravda announced in its edition of August 26 that Boris does have the benefits of higher education, has been a longtime student of sociology and is a member of the Soviet Sociological Association.
The environment becomes contaminated unwontedly in the chemical control, and even some of the weeds would be resistant to herbicides.