A profligate, sir, who has forfeited every claim not only upon those who have the misfortune to be of his blood, but upon society which knows nothing of him but his misdeeds
We typically react with ego, hurt, anger and resentment when there is a betrayal, or misdeed
If anyone [has] concrete evidence of misdeed
, the authorities better know it and clean the ranks.
For high-profile personalities, such as high government officials or senior business executives, they pay the ultimate price for a misdeed
, no matter how trivial or serious, and commit suicide to erase the personal shame or save their families from further embarrassment and social ostracism.
There are reports in media that the Government of Zambia has dumped its tender move for digital migration due to escalating accusations over misdeed
during grant procedures, resulting in apprehensions amid the civil society groups.
And no wonder they call patriotism blind after our TV commentators slaughtered the ref and Barca at every turn while ignoring any Arsenal misdeed
Years later, another George is re-naming his dad's misdeed
, but the music's probably techno this time around (more bpms).
This 1981 Trudeau-Chretien misdeed
is undermining Parliament's supremacy.
In its view of this Sarbanes-Oxley provision, however, the SEC believes a lawyer should also tell the SEC of the impending corporate misdeed
and report it all the way up the corporate chain-of-command, ending with the board of directors.
He says: "They committed an act of violence against the values cherished by their people and an unforgivable misdeed
against the peoples of Lebanon, Syria and Palestine".
If a person or organization is found guilty of a misdeed
after the investigation, I wholeheartedly support the action of them being held accountable.
When confronted, Ms Gu accepted her misdeed
but claimed that whatever she did was for the welfare of the kid.
As a claims-made policy, D&O insurance responds to a claim at the time it is filed, not when the alleged misdeed
by PR people (including government PR people) should be cracked down upon, I am concerned with government efforts to control the content of news programs.
But one can only think that a stronger authorial condemnation of characters' misdeeds
might have led to a more powerful - and, in the long run, more genuinely forgiving - statement.