In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- And to remain apathetic in the face of such unnecessary suffering renders us all culpable.
- We should record in particular that we have found no evidence of deliberate distortion or of culpable negligence.
- In this, of all ages, we should learn the lesson that to put only a fraction of the potentially culpable in the dock is to invite injustice.
- Here, knowledge and intent or culpable negligence would seem to be required for criminal liability.
- How culpable are they, can they be held responsible and will they pay for their mistake?
- Now many of us will agree that such a person is culpable and guilty.
- If they don't, are they culpable for the death and suffering that results?
- It seems to me in the media, particular in this country in the national media, are so culpable.
- Journalists who had followed the case from start to finish could not agree how culpable she was, how knowingly she lied.
- Equally culpable are drivers who use the outside lane, despite clear inside lanes, and travel far below the speed limit.
- In public he pleads culpable to his part in that shock result.
- If we believe that humans are morally culpable for sexual behavior then we must uphold that view.
- Now if that is not a form of culpable negligence, then I do not know what is.
- The culpable do not break down and confess their sins merely as the result of close questioning.
- In fact, yours truly may be even more culpable for, as he and others have repeatedly said, I found the chief.
- The above argument is not a defence of genuine culpable negligence.
- But they are both culpable for putting political life on the danger list.
- It is difficult to apportion blame since both sides seem to be equally culpable.
- It will not please England, though, that two of his wickets, both front-line batsmen, were culpable.
- While you list a number of shops that are failing to provide access to wheelchair users, other businesses are equally culpable.
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