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  • adj. Not rehabilitated.


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un- +‎ rehabilitated


  • He says putting him online with his former criminal cohorts was the equivalent of "taking an unrehabilitated crack or heroin addict and placing him in a drug environment, telling him not to use drugs."

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  • Judge Antonie Gildenhuys, assessor Prof Marinus Wiechers, legal teams for Alexkor, the government and the Richtersvelders, plus representatives of the community, will also be taken down the coast to areas damaged by three-quarters of a century of unrehabilitated strip mining.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • We are all more likely to be mugged, burgled or raped when unrehabilitated and uneducated prisoners return to our streets.

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  • The bill will bar from the profession unrehabilitated insolvents and people convicted of crimes of violence or intimidation.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • People will not qualify to become MPs if they receive salaries from the state (unless they are political office-bearers), if they are unrehabilitated insolvents, if they have been declared of unsound mind or if they have been convicted and given sentences of 12 months imprisonment without the option of a fine.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Congress candidate Alexander Maruping was disqualified as an unrehabilitated insolvent.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • In lighter vein, he also declared: "I am an unrehabilitated utopian, and intend remaining one until the day I die."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • If a person is serving a sentence of imprisonment of more than 12 months without the option of a fine; if they are of unsound mind or if they are an unrehabilitated insolvent, they may not become a member of the National Assembly.

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  • There are habitual offenders in society; there are some who are incorrigible, who because of their record, their inveterate habits, are incapable of adapting to normal living -- incorrigible, unrehabilitated, and some on whom prison life has a negative and dismal influence.


  • Just before noon customers started lining up near the corner of Harrison and 24th Streets, an unrehabilitated crossroads in San Francisco's Mission district: first, a gold-chained Latino laborer who ordered Chocolate Smoked Sea Salt; then three 20-something guys - each part hipster, part geek - who stared anxiously at the flavor board, as if they had come in on a dare.

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