In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Victims, on the other hand, united only in their grief, plead for no more than the solace that a condign sentence would bring.
- A month later, condign civilian behaviour is less easy to judge.
- Abu Salem's extradition has additional complications, and there is little possibility of his eventually facing condign punishment for his outrageous crimes.
- I may pity him, and even understand his motives, but a murderer is still deserving of condign punishment.
- Strategic targets involve the use of large devices in order to create massive and condign destruction; tactical ones would be attacked by smaller devices with effects limited to an immediate and defined area.
- There will be condign punishment for any MSP who fails to make at least one long and tedious speech a month about a minor constituency matter.
- As he points out, if the allegation were true, this leak would constitute a serious breach of national security and would merit condign punishment under a 1982 law.
- Do not compound this further by harming yourself with doubt, or believing that your treatment is condign.
- Can liberals accept that an undervote usually reflects either voter carelessness, for which the voter suffers the condign punishment of an unrecorded preference, or reflects the voter's choice not to express a preference?
- He was pursued up the tunnel by Jock and had to lock himself in the dressing room to avoid condign punishment.
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