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  • v. Present participle of victimize.


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  • Year, and Walker each came up with four offensive boards in victimizing Gilbert and Bookout.

    NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball - Oklahoma vs. Alabama

  • Today though we can find Ilyka and Amanda and Mnemosyne still refusing to acknowledge any remorse, guilt, new thoughts on their parts for the role Pandagon played in victimizing the Duke Lacrosse team, and in fact, Mnemo is still sticking by claims the woman WAS raped in the house, just not by those three players, and all of them are still blaming it on Nifong, on white men, and saying the AG was just as bad as Nifong when the AG declared the men innocent and not just saying he had no evidence to support the charge.

    Matthew Yglesias » Escort-Blogging

  • Inspector Brad Desmarais said that crime group was believed to be responsible for supplying drugs to the Downtown Eastside and had been identified as victimizing marginalized people.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • For his many sexual escapades, Potter was sent to the gallows and, in a rather horrible twist on the idea of victimizing the victim, so were his animal booty calls.

    Cracked: All Posts

  • Unite joint leader Tony Woodley accused BA's management of "victimizing" union members at the airline and said the union had been left with no choice after negotiations stalled.

    British Airways, Iberia To Merge To Create Europe's Third-Biggest Airline

  • And Braxton is consulting with lawyers to file an official complaint against the promotions company for "victimizing" her fans.


  • In a highly charged speech at Kum Yan Methodist Church on 9 September 2009, NUS Law lecturer and former NMP Prof Thio Li Ann lashed out at socio-political blog The Online Citizen (TOC) for "victimizing" her.

    Pam's House Blend - Front Page

  • He expressed near-homicidal fury over the truck driver who had "ratted him out," rage with the prosecuting attorney for "victimizing" him with this "ridiculous" case, and he held nothing but contempt for the "greed" of his remarkably gifted attorney who not only kept him out of prison but masterfully engineered a plea bargain agreement that left his shirttails pressed and clean.

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • I think this latest fiasco is victimizing the victim again who has apparently moved on with her life.

    Polanski Victim: Judge the movie, not the man

  • What is being witnessed right now is not just a wave of criminals victimizing other criminals although, I am sure, that would be less problematic for most.

    Most victims of violent crime in Mexico not connected with narcotics


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