Criminality


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Criminality

See also Outlawry.
Murgatroyd, Sir Despard
baronet forced by his ancestors to perform a crime a day. [Br. Opera: Gilbert and Sullivan Ruddigore]
Newgate Calendar
popular volumes on notorious crimes, published from 1773 to 1826. [Br. Lit.: Barnhart, 810]
References in classic literature ?
Elizabeth's heart-rending eloquence failed to move the judges from their settled conviction in the criminality of the saintly sufferer.
It was only in that that he recognised his criminality, only in the fact that he had been unsuccessful and had confessed it.
FOUR men have been arrested as part of a crackdown on loyalist drug dealing - 24 hours after the terror groups denounced criminality.
The new Flag Officer Commanding (FOC), Naval Logistics Command, Oghara, Delta State, Rear Admiral Emmanuel Gomiriwu Ofik, has taken action for enhanced synergy among the armed forces of the nation with a point to embossing out insurgency and criminality in the nation.
Let us unite in a bid to contain criminality worldwide, he urged attending experts and criminologists.
Member of the Kyrgyzstan Parliament from Ar-Namys faction Kanibek Imanaliyev has proposed to hold in February a special session for the discussion of growing cases of child abuse and child criminality.
The Ministry said in a statement "The hand of criminality is still reaching our Auliyas' shrines and clergymen, in a violation of all values and in a sacrilege of sanctities,"
Moreover, if it is true that American society is to blame--through its faults with drug addiction, allowing criminality to flourish in its cities, and dumping this criminality back into Mexico--then why is it not obvious that, in order to help people who live in Central America, we need to take action to correct the actual causes of these problems?
But there are as many varying degrees of violence in rape as there are through all criminality.
THE Supreme Court on Tuesday segregated the issues of illegality and criminality arising out of the controversial taped conversations of former corporate lobbyist Niira Radia with others and decided to first hear right to privacy concern raised by then Tata chief Ratan Tata.
The research, commissioned by the Cyprus Radio Television Authority (CRTA), looked into the extent of violence and criminality broadcast on television in Cyprus over a period of 24 months (2011 to 2013), as well as the CRTA's role as perceived by the viewing public.
Inspector Kev Bratherton said: "This is the latest in a series of proactive intelligence-led initiatives targeting criminality on the island.