“The testimony of the girl who lived as servant in Kerkel's house was also criminatory.”
“And now closed the criminatory evidence -- and now the prisoner was asked, in that peculiarly thrilling and awful question -- What he had to say in his own behalf?”
“And in this position he has spontaneously placed himself, in attempting to destroy, by his deliberate criminatory letter, the poor woman's fair fame and reputation, -- an attempt but for which the present publication would probably never have appeared.”
“The plain, unpretending style of the greater part of the composition sufficiently proves that literary display was not the object of it; while the absence of all criminatory matter against the government precludes the idea of its having originated in party zeal.”
“My Lords, long before the Committee had resolved upon this impeachment, we had come, as I have told your Lordships, to forty-five resolutions, every one criminatory of this man, every one of them bottomed upon the principles which I have stated.”
“This language which I used was not, as fools have thought proper to call it, offensive and abusive; it is in a proper criminatory tone, justified by the facts that I have stated to you, and in every step we take it is justified more and more.”
“The law has therefore appointed special places for such inquiries; and if in any of those places we were to apply the emollient language of drawing-rooms to the exposure of great crimes, it would be as false and vicious in taste and in morals as to use the criminatory language of this hall in drawing and assembling rooms would be misplaced and ridiculous.”
“He commenced this long string of criminatory resolutions against his country (if King, Lords, and Commons of Great Britain, and a decided majority without doors are his country) _with a declaration against intermeddling in the interior concerns of France_.”
“Second, respon-dents argue that the City could have adopted a different interpreta-tion of its charter provision limiting promotions to the highest scoring applicants, and that the interpretation would have produced less dis-criminatory results; but respondents 'approach would have violated Title VII's prohibition of race-based adjustment of test results, §2000e-2 (l).”
“No such fihng, however, shall take effect unless within thirty days thereafter the commission has approved the said prices as not being excessive, inadequate, or unfairly dis - criminatory.”
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