: Words of Consolation, 4th edition, first published in 1925 (London, 1933), 62; O'Keeffe, 19; and Williams, 198.
The law may not compel private churches, associations, and even private businesses not of public accommodation that are established as a service among a community of like believers to abandon beliefs on the grounds that some may be offended by those beliefs, but that is not to say if those who believe in ways that cause them to oppose practices that otherwise are legal then may commit crimes in the name of those scruples
against others and not be arrested, prosecuted, incarcerated, and otherwise punished.
In the other match Colwyn Comets went down to a 46- 41 defeat at the hands of Sharp Scruples
'He knew he was wrong to do this but his scruples
were overcome by the prospect of being able to increase a small nest egg,' she said.
Finally, the list could not be considered complete without mentioning Judith Krantz's delicious Scruples
, which introduced tea rooms to the general public courtesy of a gay designer.
Because that appears to be the logic behind a new Staffordshire Probation Service scheme which encourages criminals to play the moral dilemma board game Scruples
to stop them re-offending.
They have already learned that he was seen in Scruples
nightclub in the town and that he was seen between 2am and 3am on Saturday.
Today can those two once-respected news sources claim scruples
more admirable than those of The National Enquirer, The Star, or other supermarket checkout counter tabloids?
"This council is completely without any moral scruples
Their moral successors today, the anti-tobacco crusaders, have fewer scruples
. They could of course push Congress to pass a huge tax increase on cigarettes or an outright ban.
The Washington Scruples
. The San Francisco Breeders, and of course my all-time favorite, the Los Angeles Lakers.
SO, the Prime Minister says tax-avoiding firms such as Amazon and Starbucks lack "moral scruples
" and that we need a debate on tax avoidance (Daily Mirror, Jan 5).