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  • There is no similar need to categorize cheering on what we all agree is a crime — there are no situations in which a thing is a crime, but cheering its flourishment feels morally right.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » More on Bystanders Who Cheer on a Criminal

  • The Prime Minister directed the authorities concerned to make a provision mandatory of keeping open spaces and play grounds for children while constructing housing projects for flourishment of physical and mental health of the kids.

    The New Nation

  • "It is scoops, quality editorial content, strong images and an engaged readership which will see media survive and flourishment not retrenchment and soaring executive pay."

    Press Gazette Latest News

  • There is no similar need to categorize cheering on what we all agree is a crime - there are no situations in which a thing is a crime, but cheering its flourishment feels morally right.

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • "That only gave the movement momentum and gave it a grassroots flourishment.

    AL JAZEERA ENGLISH (AJE)

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