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  • n. Alternative spelling of penalization.

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  • n. the act of punishing

Etymologies

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Examples

  • We therefore urge you to intervene to stop this unfair penalisation of women and their children.

    Women's charities write to Theresa May over child support

  • Why not divert efforts from Cool Biz into genuine systems of taxation and penalisation against the companies and industries that produce the most emmissions?

    N√©ojaponisme » Blog Archive » Better Luck Next Tie

  • I also disagree that this is a penalisation of success.

    Think Progress » 18 Families Bankroll Estate Tax Repeal Campaign

  • This included reviewing the penalisation factors which determine when the Parole Board can consider an offender for parole, the rehabilitation and re-opening of prisons that were closed due to having fallen into a dilapidated state, enhancing the functioning of community corrections and improving rehabilitation programmes.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Mr O'Higgins added that to convict a person for an offence under the article was in effect double penalisation and would amount to the convicting an accused person twice for the same act.

    Top Stories: BreakingNews.ie

  • There's no penalisation for trying out your set-up again and again.

    Pocket Gamer | www.pocketgamer.co.uk | Latest additions

  • In the first-ever penalisation of IPO manipulators and recovery of amounts from them, Rs23. 28 crore is proposed to be disbursed among 12,74,736 unsuccessful IPO applicants, who were denied the shares in the first occasion.

    Domain-b Brand Dossier

  • Chief City Planner P. Timma Reddy on Tuesday stated that about 3,000 applicants would have to submit documents like building plans and also pay the penalisation fee.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • [20] T. Fotopoulos, Drugs: beyond the demonology of penalisation and the "progressive" mythology of liberalization (in Greek) (Athens, 1999).

    Indymedia Ireland

  • Messahel said the law "will have to be comprehensive and complete and provide all legal measures to prevent and fight terrorist acts, including the criminalisation and penalisation of terrorist acts".

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

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