Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of arraign.

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Examples

  • Besides, it is a kind of arraigning of his wisdom, to be discontent at that which at present is upon the wheel.

    The Riches of Bunyan

  • Besides, it is a kind of arraigning of his wisdom, to be discontent at that which at present is upon the wheel.

    Works of John Bunyan — Volume 02

  • First, when DSK was initially accused, the DA and the media treated him as though he were already guilty, with the DA's office arraigning him in view of media photographers unshaven and looking guilty, indicting him in five days to prevent him from getting bail instead of waiting longer to investigate, and telling the press that his accuser's story was highly credible.

    Miles Mogulescu: Did Strauss-Kahn Sexually Assault the Hotel Maid? Let the Jury Decide

  • First, when DSK was initially accused, the DA and the media treated him as though he were already guilty, with the DA's office arraigning him in view of media photographers unshaven and looking guilty, indicting him in five days to prevent him from getting bail instead of waiting longer to investigate, and telling the press that his accuser's story was highly credible.

    Miles Mogulescu: Did Strauss-Kahn Sexually Assault the Hotel Maid? Let the Jury Decide

  • Previous meetings - which mainly focused on arraigning higher-level talks between the sides over the issue - ended with no major breakthrough.

    SKorea Demands Pyongyang Release Crew

  • We have an indictment and will be arraigning him tomorrow.

    Betrayed

  • We have an indictment and will be arraigning him tomorrow.

    Betrayed

  • One might think a responsible church would be indignantly arraigning and expelling such people rather than piously seeking reconciliation with them.

    The Pope’s Denial Problem

  • Compared with the cost of dropping out, or of arraigning and incarcerating one juvenile for a year - the discipline, accountability and task persistence that Harmony Project students develop, and the fact that Harmony Project's student-musicians become respected role models in their neighborhoods - make Harmony Project a high-value program worthy of the national acclaim it has garnered.

    Margaret Martin: L.A. Gangs Save Lives

  • Of course, in many previous cases, there was no real impediment to arraigning, trying and convicting OTHER Islamic Terror suspects.

    Boo Bush’s Ad-Hoc-Ism! Yay Obama’s Ad-Hoc-ism! | ATTACKERMAN

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