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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of libel.


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  • But those who raise valid public and child health safety concerns are routinely ´label libelled´ as

    American Chronicle

  • The words 'maliciously attacked' in bold above have been replaced by 'libelled'.

    Simon Singh wins the right to a full appeal: UPDATED

  • The headmaster of Sherborne, Alec's old school, was outraged and wrote to Alec in the trenches to say he had libelled the school.

    My life as a Waugh

  • How do I know if you own the ship even, or that the charter ain't busted long ago, or that you're being libelled ashore right now, or that you won't dump me on any old beach anywheres without a soo-markee of what's comin 'to me?


  • It all got nasty, with Mel claiming she had been libelled and refusing to give an inch.

    Hugh Muir's diary

  • I can provfide copies of fake Lib Dem Focus leaflets delivered in 1999 in Cromer (North Norfolk), fake Labour leaflets delivered by the Tories in 2001 in North Norfolk and a leaflet that libelled Norman lamb in 2005 for which Iain Dale had to issue an apology.

    First poll in Norwich North

  • When I got back to Sydney, the crew, and some of the tradesmen who'd extended me credit, libelled the schooner.


  • Some readers may be aware that the well-known science writer Simon Singh was recently judged to have libelled the Bristish Chiropractic Association (BCA).

    Simon Singh and Mr Justice Eady

  • Or do we risk removing protection from those who have a right not to be libelled?

    Libel law: I said sorry, so why the lawyers?

  • Number Plate - you do understand that you have libelled Mr Wilders, do you?

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...


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