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personate

(of the corollas of certain flowers) having two lips in the form of a face
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If you find the defendant guilty of Falsely Personating an Officer and that the impersonation occurred during the commission of a felony, you must then determine whether the State has proven beyond a reasonable doubt that the commission of the felony resulted in [death] [or] [personal injury] to another human being.
CODE [section] 13 A-6-65(a)(1) (statutory commentary) ("This subsection includes the offense of carnal knowledge of a married woman by falsely personating her husband .
If this were the only will concerned in the performance, the phenomenon would be humbug pure and simple, and the minds tapped telepathically in it would play an entirely passive role--that is, the telepathic data would be fished out by the personating will, not forced upon it by desires to communicate, acting externally to itself, (pp.
The designated person or issuer who makes payments pursuant to the assignment of accepted proceeds, in line with verifying the signature of the person signing instead of the beneficiary and also approving the representation of the personating instead of the beneficiary is like the payment made to the beneficiary and will require him to compensate.
Personating the puritanical New England conscience, she is rigorous, unyielding, demanding, ever critical--"essentially all moral pressure," as Strether says (278).
Concluding by enjoining the amateur actress to 'be no longer desirous of personating the afflicted parent on the stage but [to] go home and be the good mother in your nursery and at your family fire-side', it was in the public theatres that Knox urged dramatic enthusiasts to spend their time, reminding them, as he did, that 'the pleasure and improvement to be derived from the drama may be obtained without the trouble and expense of supporting and supplying a private theatre'.
Increase Mather's Cases of Conscience Concerning Evil Spirits Personating Men documents the shifting attitude toward evidentiary standards of guilt and innocence in the wake of the witch trials, as Mather grappled with the problem of unreliable evidence.
Many have received emails urging them to boycott the registration and therefore also the vote in a bid to prevent massive voter personating.
With the coming of the internet, personating someone else is the single fastest growing category of white-collar crime in America and the industrialists nations of the world and continues to grow almost exponentially year by year.
Section 357 of the Criminal Code states: "Any person who has unlawful carnal knowledge of a woman or girl, without her consent, or with her consent, if consent is obtained by force or by means of threat or intimidation of any kind, or by fear of harm, or by any means of false and fraudulent representation as to the nature of the act, or in the case of a married woman, by personating her husband is guilty of an offence called rape.