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Ryder mentioned that Lord Macleod's father had already been attainted, and a pardon of the father would not restore the son's entitlement under English Law.
attainted, he shall be imprisoned for a Year and a Day, and from
court could outlaw him and declare him attainted of the crime for which
Drawing on Alexis de Tocqueville, Dayan shows how the notion of civil death was made possible through the complex legal formulation of slavery in the US as in part a matter of attainted blood-- heritable, "natural" subordination.
The company attainted the goal of generating 15% of revenue out of 40nm process service earlier than projected in September.
Although a total of 32 presidential candidates will be on the ballots across the country, only four have attainted ballot access in a sufficient number of states to be potentially elected.
The meeting apprised the shareholders of the company's ongoing efforts and achievements attainted during the past financial year.
Students who have attainted further education qualifications such as BTECs and other vocational qualifications should also be congratulated on their achievements.
2 ("The Congress shall have power to declare the Punishment of Treason, but no Attainder of Treason shall work Corruption of Blood, or Forfeiture except during the Life of the Person attainted.
Those who had died before the Restoration, such as John Venn, were posthumously attainted for high treason and their property and estates forfeited to the Crown (copies of the Act in TNA C 204/51, 52).
com) has just attainted Accredited Training Partner status through the British Computer Society (BCS).