In virtually all other states besides New Hampshire and Massachusetts, people who are civilly
committed remain under the care of their state's department of mental health, not corrections, according to the nonprofit Treatment Advocacy Center of Arlington, Va.
that a sole diagnosis of ASPD is insufficient to civilly
confine a sex
A relatio, or early draft document released on October 13, included a section titled "welcoming homosexual persons" and an instruction that the church should approach those in "irregular" relationships--meaning divorced and civilly
remarried--by "appreciating the positive values they contain.
Instead, the authors conclude that the Church's consistent teachings about marriage is itself rooted in a merciful, loving approach to those who are civilly
divorced and remarried.
BEIRUT: The first child of the first civilly
married couple in Lebanon was born last month, his parents announced over the weekend.
Now, how about civilly
paying your fare and campaigning at Nexus/DB Regio for them to make travel affordable instead of attacking ordinary working class people for doing a job that their employers pay them to do.
The lawsuits, seeking over e1/42 million in damages from the Republic, also name President Demetris Christofias, government ministers and state officials as civilly
On the city council boss who swore at a rival on email The head of Children's Services who will chastise others over their performance or attitude, who can't control his own temper and obviously can't discuss things civilly
when challenged is a disgrace and should resign.
American artist Lindsay Eanet said: "What we want are photos of couples - married, unmarried, civilly
partnered, straight, gay, of all ages and nations and circumstances, or maybe best friends, or people with their children or pets.
Bishop John Chapman has given a church in the diocese of Ottawa permission to begin offering a rite of blessing to same-gender couples who are civilly
Forni discourages this reaction and shows ways to civilly
answer an inconsiderate action or remark.
civ*il*ly adverb <You must treat the other team civilly
, at least.
If they are involved in a shooting, win or lose the gig criminally or civilly
, the taxpayers pay the bill, not the officer involved in the shooting, in almost all cases.
The European Commission decided, on 16 October, to take the United Kingdom to the European Court of Justice for failing to transpose into its national law Directive 2005/35/CE, which obliges member states to sanction - criminally and civilly
- people responsible for polluting discharge at sea.
This year, when interest in elections has skyrocketed and voter turnout is expected to set new records, our work to register voters, answer questions about election policies and procedures, and conduct forums where candidates can discuss substantive issues civilly
is sought more than ever.