In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- But his mind's eye isn't fraught with mournful replays of a life cut short by a heinous crime.
- How did they live with themselves, knowing they would commit such a heinous act?
- This is why the death penalty is usually reserved for only the most heinous criminals.
- They feel that certain crimes are so heinous that executing the criminal is the only reasonable response.
- The candidate has to be involved in two separate cases of heinous crimes to attract disqualification.
- Yes, human life is the most sacred thing and taking other people's lives is a heinous act.
- What heinous sin had these women committed to be singled out for divine retribution?
- But to plan somebody's murder is a particularly heinous crime and I think few people would do that.
- Also the list of heinous offences should be expanded to cover social and economic offences.
- Her angelic appearance and heinous crimes have made her an object of morbid public fascination.
- Well some incredibly good things have come about because of it, but some heinous atrocities were carried out in its name.
- Let's say you commit the heinous sin of dropping a cigarette end in the street in York.
- In this and other cases, it was an absolutist sense of superiority that allowed such heinous acts.
- Who were the planners and perpetrators of this cowardly and heinous crime?
- The pressure on companies to make money for their shareholders has led to some truly heinous acts, in my view.
- And he committed his heinous crime right here, down this very country lane.
- The decision of the Home Secretary was based on the fact that some crimes are so heinous as to justify life imprisonment.
- Hence minorities were also targeted for committing various heinous crimes.
- He might end up in prison, but, however long his sentence and however heinous his crime, his citizenship was secure.
- Such sentiments have been fed by lurid newspaper stories of heinous crimes committed by non-Japanese.
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