Yet, the whole community is punished for the iniquities
The anti-Japanese racism in California during World War II first sparked recognition of the iniquities
of race in America in the 20-year-old Yuri Nakahara (later Yuri Kochiyama).
One of the most notable iniquities
is rich proprietors filling their houses with full time students and paying nothing.
To be great in God's reign is to bear others' infirmities and carry their afflictions, be wounded for their transgressions and crushed for their iniquities
Although Hayder maintains the tension, and pulls off one or two sneaky tricks to mislead us, her literary skills are overpowered by the inexcusable iniquities
While Ben Elton has abandoned his old polemics, Hardy still rails at the injustices and iniquities
of the modern world.
Before Christ, who for love, clothed himself in our iniquities
, we are all invited to a profound examination of conscience.
In other words, makes it more difficult to get even with another group for iniquities
of the past.
This would help eradicate the iniquities
of high private rents and mortgages and private profit for the few.
SUPPORTERS of Labour or the Tories are both culpable in the continuing iniquities
of the capitalist system.
He was pierced for our transgressions, crushed for our iniquities
We must persuade the minister to confront the iniquities
of this agreement.
WHY do Europhiles resort to insults when anyone refers to the iniquities
of the European Union?
Surely putting an end to such iniquities
is worthy of some glorification?
So with the WAG elections looming, existing and prospective Assembly Members would do well to ponder on such glaring iniquities