In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1castigo masculino(divine) retribution was visited upon them — Dios los castigó
- in retribution, they executed all the prisoners — como represalia, ejecutaron a todos los prisioneros
- Louis entered Dijon not to scenes of rebellion and retribution, but to one of proper submission and loyalty.
- One purpose of a term of imprisonment is to secure just retribution for society, the other is to secure the rehabilitation of the prisoner.
- Laertes, Polonius' son, returns with a mob from Paris and demands retribution against Hamlet.
- According to media reports, the company, in retribution, then halted the payment of the workers' May salaries.
- In thinking about ethical justice, we veer between the notions of forgiveness and retribution.
- Anonymity was the order of the day, and fear of retribution was high.
- That law is intended to keep processors from seeking retribution against growers who organize to bargain.
- In that regard, not only did they open themselves up to ethical retribution, but to potential criminal prosecution under both federal and local law.
- But fear of retribution may prevent the poor from exercising their informal and even legal rights.
- Austin's plan was a perfect way for him to get retribution for past pain.
- The lex talionus, or law of retribution, teaches that the punishment should fit the crime.
- Minos threatened war against Athens in retribution for his son's death.
- Every fiber of her cried out for revenge, for retribution, for something to let her strike back.
- People were free to criticize the government, without fear of retribution!
- Fundamentalist clergy wandered the back roads and river paths between Staines and Richmond, calling for divine retribution.
- The sermon preaches Christian hope and faith rather than retribution.
- He also had to think about his credibility, which was too valuable to be squandered on gratuitous retribution.
- She uses the reunion with her father as an opportunity to exact retribution upon everyone who has mistreated her.
- Now Fairon depicted a different sort of pirate: a man, a hurt man, who had a grudge and needed retribution.
- The consequences of ignoring these self-regulatory practices is to suffer the officials' ire and retribution.
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