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  • n. Plural form of perpetuator.


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  • Such ladies usually are the best perpetuators of their own self-crafted legends; so let's finish up with one of Daché's more famous exclamations:

    Lesley M. M. Blume: ICON OF STYLE SERIES: Lilly Daché (PHOTOS)

  • The only standing argument that the Park 51 community center shouldn't continue as planned is the one which posits that American Muslims should accept that they, by simple virtue of their faith commitment, inherently share company with the perpetuators of international terrorism.

    Abbas Barzegar: America's "Good Muslims" Are Being Left Out to Dry

  • All of the cases you linked were investigated, very publicly, most of them solved, and perpetuators jailed.

    Death of Polish President Kaczynski

  • Consequently, there is absolutely no excuse for the perpetuators of this violent conduct to not be brought to justice regardless of the rationale used by the equally liable and devious shysters that devised the memos based on their errant fanciful musings rather than pertinent facts.

    Lies And Torture - When Policies And Words Diverge

  • In 1857, when the Bitish needed to quickly exile the perpetuators of what they called the Sepoy Mutiny, it was to Ross Island that they turned to for setting up the penal settlement where convicts were kept till the cellular jail was completed.

    Ross Island : A slice of incredible India

  • The perpetrators and perpetuators Macnamara, Nixon, Bundy, Westmoreland and on and on and on, present and past, should be put in jail!

    Former Symbionese Liberation Army Member Released From Prison - The Lede Blog -

  • The issue is at what point does the cost to the victims of crime and terrorism cease to be justified by the 'civil rights' of perpetuators.

    Catch terrorists with ethnic profiling?

  • I find this a very sad thing both for her, who has not earned such malevolence, and for the perpetuators, who do not believe in their own "righteousness" indignation enough to attach their name to their hateful comments and will not thus take the time to know a lovely and truly virtuous woman who has more understanding and compassion in her than I do.

    "Prospero Lost" by L. Jagi Lamplighter (Reviewed by Liviu Suciu)

  • This makes the irony all the more poignant, as we realize that the "faith" fundamentalists claim to have is a departure from the historic meaning of the term, and yet they claim not only to have faith, but to be the perpetuators of an ancient faith!

    Doubt in Faith's Clothing

  • But there are certain things that need immediate attention, like, as I mentioned, the issue of violence, sexual abuse, the issue of, like, acid attack on girls, we need to have a strong rule -- rule of law, like a-- a-- a punishment for perpetuators who commit a crime against women.

    CNN Transcript Oct 15, 2009


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