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committed

[kə′mid·əd]
(ordnance)
Pertaining to the condition of a fuse when the arming process has reached the point from which arming will continue to completion in spite of the absence of any arming forces.
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'This gang has committed over 200 robberies,' believed Mr Mahesar, adding that the ringleader's accomplices had also committed crimes in Italy, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, UAE and other countries.
Some 31 per cent had previously committed violence against the person, 86 per cent had previously committed theft, and 61 per cent had committed 'miscellaneous crimes against society'.
The spokesman said although USC was going through difficult time but they were committed at making Ramazan package a success through our committed efforts and determination.
Prosecutors explained a warrantless arrest is justified only if a person is about to commit a crime, had just committed a crime or is a fugitive.
6,200 crimes were committed in public places in 2018, which is by 2.3 times more than in 2017, where 2,500 of crimes committed on the streets, squares, parks.
MANILA, Philippines - Crimes committed by motorcycle-riding suspects (MRS) in Metro Manila went down by 53.11 percent in 2018 compared to the previous year, data from the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) revealed.
He said that all international reports very clearly say that both the military and the LTTE committed war crimes.
Police while quoting the victim's in-laws said that the woman committed suicide while consuming toxic substance after a quarrel with her husband who had been left the house after a dispute.
Accordingly, a parent cannot be criminally liable for an offence committed by her or his child and vice versa.
Last year, 34,629 crimes were committed, compared with 38,002 crimes in 2016, amounting to an 8.9 per cent decrease in the number of crimes.
Bloody crimes committed in Azerbaijan's Ganja city are crimes against statehood, said Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev during the meeting of heads of the country's law enforcement bodies July 13.
Rawalpindi -- At least 2 persons have allegedly committed suicide in different areas of Rawalpindi over domestic issues.