In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1complicidad femininecomplicity in sth — complicidad en algo
- The concept of aiding and abetting and complicity is well known I think to Australian law.
- He has been asked to explain his company's alleged complicity in the contraband cigarette trade.
- The media's complicity in war crimes continues unabated, of course.
- On the minimalist view, he was guilty of importing as an accessory or in complicity with the informant.
- Therefore, obedience to obviously sinful commands is complicity and conspiracy.
- This is a statement, not only of intellectual dishonesty, but also of direct political complicity.
- In both cases, failures would not justify an investigation into malfeasance or complicity.
- Accused of complicity in the coup attempt of July 1917, he even had to go into hiding in Finland.
- Its charter in some way negates the legality of such complicity.
- Given many of their staff's political sympathies one might almost suspect complicity.
- It involves an understanding of our complicity in the system without judgement or guilt.
- I have privileged information about crime and complicity - but is it to be buried with me?
- Poverty and lack of judicial responsibility entice officials into complicity.
- Corporate complicity, the tribunal's jury of conscience learned, was extensive.
- The truth is, it is hard to face the fact of murder or complicity in murder without a hard and cold heart.
- His depiction of criminal complicity as an everyday affair is brave, if a bit problematic.
- The German Supreme Court found that the five members of the Court Martial were guilty of complicity in a crime against humanity.
- To get multiple persons at the wrong end of the charge, one has to go to complicity, aiding and abetting, concert.
- There is no evidence of complicity between the employee and the columnists in obtaining the copies.
- Those three defendants are to face charges of kidnapping and complicity.
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