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- v. Alternative spelling of victimize.
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- v. punish unjustly
- v. make a victim of
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-- A commitment from the administration not to "victimise" any workers involved in the National Education and Allied Workers
Politicians nervous about appearing to 'victimise' car users
And he lived near me and he was going to victimise me the whole way home, you know?
A transcript of an interview with Tim Winton on Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Enough Rope hosted by Andrew Denton in which Tim discusses many aspects from his life including how he nearly drowned when he was nine and how he avoided the school bullies by telling taller and taller tales
Taseer didn't say anything anti-Islamic, he just questioned the blasphemy law and whether it should be used to victimise innocent people.
If it squeaks through, a new taxpayer-funded agency will be created to help the cartels victimise their own customers in France.
Cameron tried to cover up the demise of the "big society", with his racist multiculturalism speech where he tried to victimise British muslems, and pander to the ugly side of people like the EDL, and BNP.
The environment groups, which include Global Witness, Greenpeace International, Fern and Rainforest Foundation, also fear that Redd is being used by governments to victimise and steal the carbon rights of people who live and depend on the forests.
Distraction Burglars victimise elderly or vulnerable victims, usually stealing their life savings, after conning their way inside the house.
Distraction Burglars victimise elderly or vulnerable victims, usually stealing their life savings, after conning their way [...]
What I find, Joe, is that barbarians, by definition, are not very amenable to reasoned discourse or rational debate (if they were, they wouldn't believe in such demonstrably ridiculous concepts as "sin", nor victimise other human beings on the basis of skin colour, sex or consenting sexual preference).