In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- For an article to pervert someone from contemporary moral standards it must, either explicitly or implicitly, be persuasive in its effect.
- Alas his sojourn into being an op/ed columnist has totally perverted him.
- There's a point you reach before you're perverted and tainted by all the things that drag you into the music business, like avarice or a lust for fame.
- Ignorance perverts people and leads to wasted, counterproductive lives.
- To do so would make him as miserable and misguided as the persons perverting each other.
- People like this are trying to pervert our own children.
- He does this by distorting and perverting our work and our intentions.
- Every natural and necessary thing can be perverted, even reason.
- They are trying to pervert people's altruistic imperatives to make money.
- They've perverted the constitution, corrupted our institutions, made a mockery of our schools, a nightmare of our cities, destroyed the middle class.
- Police said a 22-year-old woman had been arrested on suspicion of wasting police time and attempting to pervert the course of justice.
- He contended that, as a loyal servant of the crown, he had been honor-bound to rid the country of a detestable tyrant who had perverted French royal institutions.
- In effect, he argues that indiscriminate clemency for murderers perverts both justice and mercy.
- Bribery refers to the illicit use of rewards, gifts, or favors to pervert judgment or corrupt the conduct of someone.
- A 15-year-old local youth was also arrested for allegedly attempting to pervert the course of justice and was released on bail pending further inquiries.
- A high ranking police officer admitted to a court today that he is under investigation for attempting to pervert the course of justice and misconduct.
- There was no evidence that the doorman had conspired to pervert the course of justice, and no one had intimidated witnesses to the violent incident, he said.
- He was later rearrested on suspicion of attempting to pervert the course of justice.
- While they might look like portraits, or caricatures, of real people, they are actually archetypes and as such pervert the very essence of the miniature.
- And are formal charges now going to be laid against the officer concerned, or are perjury and attempts to pervert the course of justice only crimes when done without colour of law?
- Major alterations, like the insertion of stained-glass windows which pervert natural lighting effects, undermine this.
- She was jailed for three years for trying to pervert the course of justice.
- The Government set out to pervert the Resource Management Act and its processes, simply so that Project Aqua could be started.
- Archaic structures that have been perverted by evil provide an excellent den for bats to live in.
- Then I turned around to leave, silently vowing never to pervert justice again.
- I was arrested on suspicion of corruption and perverting the course of justice.
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