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  • "Wanton" includes "reckless," but may connote willfulness, or a disregard of probable consequences, and thus describe a more aggravated offense.

    Executive Order 13140 On The Manual For Courts Martial

  • "Wanton" includes "reckless," but may connote willfulness, or a disregard of probable consequences, and thus describe a more aggravated offense.

    Executive Order On The Manual For Courts Martial

  • "Wanton" includes "reckless", but in describing the operation or physical control of a vehicle, vessel, or aircraft, "wanton" may, in a proper case, connote willfulness, or a disregard of probable consequences, and thus describe a more aggravated offense.

    Executive Order 12960 On Amending Manual For Courts Martial

  • "Wanton" includes "reckless", but in describing the operation or physical control of a vehicle, vessel, or aircraft, "wanton" may, in a proper case, connote willfulness, or a disregard of probable consequences, and thus describe a more aggravated offense.

    Executive Order Amending Manual For Courts Martial

  • "Wanton" is a noun as well as an adjective; and, to prevent it from being mistaken for an epithet applied to Ganymede, it will in future be necessary to place after it a _comma_, when the passage will read thus: --

    Notes and Queries, Number 09, December 29, 1849

  • "Wanton," on the other hand, means "acting intentionally in heedless disregard of the consequences and under such surrounding circumstances and conditions that a reasonable person would know or have reason to know that such conduct would, in a high degree of probability, harm a person or property."

    VeloNews | The Journal of Competitive Cycling

  • Made my link, but still looking on Mt Git'r'Read, or better yet, the Wanton Book List to see what fits ....

    Southern Reading Challenge Three!

  • Wanton acts of terror, to the point of shocking deliberate murders that seem inexplicable to normal thinking.

    Dr. Leo Rangell: Cool

  • Wanton acts of terror, to the point of shocking deliberate murders that seem inexplicable to normal thinking.

    Dr. Leo Rangell: Cool

  • Wanton as was the display, not even in private did he and Mary so behave.

    BY THE TURTLES OF TASMAN

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