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19) Overall, then, the nonsurvivability rule can be understood as a manifestation of the weight of our retributive motivations, as contrasted with our desire to deter similar misconduct by other potential wrongdoers.
Ministers are not above accountability," he added, welcoming "constructive criticism that contributes to improvement, fixing mistakes at work and holding wrongdoers accountable.
Holmgren's position is that the attitudes of forgiveness and compassion, when achieved by requisite moral and emotional work through other feelings, are always appropriate responses to wrongdoing, regardless of any conditions a wrongdoer may meet or fail to meet.
Manmohan Singh Thursday said that the government will do everything to ensure probity in public life and take action against wrongdoers, if there was evidence.
When wrongdoers are sentenced to a prison term, they should serve it behind bars.
Lots of policemen would check for trouble And remove wrongdoers at the double.
I would also like to let it know that the general racing fan, in my opinion, would wish to see much stronger sentences for wrongdoers, from iffy rides, to stable staff laying their own horses, to trainers using illegal substances.
Once, though, things would have been different - the bricked-up building behind him is the Wavertree Round House, once a prison cell where wrongdoers were kept overnight before the Black Maria could transport them to their final destination Picture: DAILY POST ARCHIVE
The Exodus memory also gives hope: "No matter how hopeless a situation might seem, God will ultimately vindicate the afflicted and judge the wrongdoers involved" (p.
The bombs show that the wrongdoers want to attack places where there are many people," said Somchai Wongsawat, the Thai prime minister.
Stop protecting the wrongdoers at the expense of the victims.
And July/August should have plenty of wrongdoers as well.
If there is a key to the change in risk management that has occurred over the last five years in religious and other nonprofit organizations as it relates to defending children, it is this: Best practices these days focus on identifying and screening wrongdoers, rather than hoping children can be adequately equipped by teachers and parents to defend themselves against the tactics of an adult predator.
Perhaps things would change if we brought back the borstals and approved schools for persistent wrongdoers.
And that's unfortunate, because when you change the American way of life, you let the wrongdoers win.