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  • v. Present participle of legalise.

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Examples

  • Another former Pakistan cricketer, Javed Miandad criticised people who supported the idea of legalising ball tampering.

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  • Karachi, Feb. 11: Just a few days after former Pakistan batsman Rameez Raja described ball tampering as the 'Standard Operating Procedure' (SOP) of Pakistan cricket, several greats have lashed out at the idea of legalising the banned act.

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  • Former Pakistan pacer, Sarfaraz Nawaz, who is considered as one of the best swing bowlers of all time, has termed the idea of legalising ball tampering as 'idiotic'.

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  • A concerted campaign is growing in the media to normalise the idea of legalising assistance with suicide: Dr Philip Nitschke is in the UK once again promoting different methods for committing suicide and this month Chris Woodhead, former chief of OFSTED, has made known his desire to commit suicide in the Daily Mail.

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  • The official death toll from Mexico's four-year crackdown has jumped to 28,000, prompting talk of once unthinkable measures such as legalising marijuana.

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  • Asked about more fundamental reforms such as legalising brothels, he said: Perhaps the law does need changing – some of it is frankly complicated.

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  • They write in terms of real or affected alarm for which there is no justification; they wallow in visions of Germany "legalising" polygamy, and see Berlin seeking recuperation, in man power by converting herself into another Salt Lake City.

    What is Coming?

  • There is a wearisome formality known as "legalising" which took up much time at the Berlin Embassy.

    The Days Before Yesterday

  • Shah, who delivered many laudable judgments, such as legalising gay sex and bringing the CJI's office in the ambit of the RTI Act, and was yet denied elevation to the Supreme Court

    Analysis

  • Asked about more fundamental reforms such as legalising brothels, he said: Perhaps the law does need changing - some of it is frankly complicated.

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