They will then display all kinds of corruptive
actions throughout the hierarchy.
the spiritual atonement necessary for salvation that exposes, as illustrated by the ensuing Cato episode, music's treacherous corruptive
power tempting the soul into collective frenzy.
The Asian nation of Singapore should serve as a model, a country noted for having zero tolerance for corruptive
Garth Jennings's adorable comedy centres on lonely Will Proudfoot (Milner), whose mother Mary (Stevenson) is a member of the strictly religious Plymouth Brethren and forbids him from corruptive
influences like film, television and the radio.
Turning to Paradise Lost, he points to the paradoxical representations of sublime digestion (Raphael's version) and its corruptive
counterpart (hell), and he concludes by drawing attention to an intriguing doubleness in the forbidden fruit itself, illustrating how, as an apple and a peach, the fruit epitomizes the multiple moralities attached to food in the period.
He said the "long-term" plan for the movement consisted of fighting to change "corrupt and corruptive
regimes" and "hurrying to the fields of jihad like Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia for jihadi preparation and training".
So bribed and sucked into the corrupt web, African leaders can do no more than struggle to establish and run the corruptive
system in their own countries.
Sharply illuminated in a crisp adaptation by David Mamet and advanced by a tip-top ensemble under helmer David Warren, the cautionary themes of "The Voysey Inheritance"--the corruptive
nature of capitalist economic models and their corrosive impact on the human character--emerge with shattering clarity.
Bohorquez gave the Fox government good marks for effort in the fight to end corruptive
practices such as bribery, but said much remains to be done.
His episodic introductions of "dog meat" Warlord Zhang Zongchang and corruptive
civilian official Cao Kun are eye opening.
However under the new law, it is the duty of the Anti-Corruption Committee to launch the investigation and furbish proof and evidence of corruptive
measures committed by the accused individual.
In his marvelous 1974 book, The Future of Imprisonment, Norval Morris, the distinguished criminologist and long-time consultant to the Federal Bureau of Prisons wrote: "The criminal law's reach has been extended in this country far beyond its competence, invading the spheres of private morality and social welfare proving ineffective, corruptive
He cites the corruptive
influence of the violence waged by Mugabe and the rebels against the Rhodesian government of Ian Smith as the seed crystal from which his subsequent corruption grew.
We actively seek to eliminate terrorism from our land; please help us actively seek to eliminate this corruptive
terrorism that is stealing our children's future.