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criminalize

to make an action or activity criminal.
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Ms Turner added: "Changing the law in Wales would lead to ordinary parents being criminalised, not least because what is being proposed by the Assembly is more extreme.
should been criminalised wt first COMMISSIONER JONES on spice Spice is known as "fake weed" due to its similarity to cannabis.
And what's being criminalised is the attempt by homeless people, simply to survive.
Additionally, the sign is sometimes raised in international conferences, "an insult to the country's dignity", and so it should be criminalised, he added.
History tells us that 4,000 British volunteers went to Spain to fight in the Spanish civil war and, when they returned, they were not criminalised.
In further legislation to govern the country's transition, the NTC criminalised the glorification of Kadhafi or his regime.
Some aspect of sex work is criminalised in 116 countries, while 79 countries criminalise consensual same-sex sexual relations, including 85% of countries in eastern and southern Africa, 81% in the Middle East and North Africa, and 69% in the Caribbean.
Littering in Islamabad has been criminalised under Section 5(29) of CDA Environment Protection Regulations 2008 and its violators may be fined from Rs 50 to Rs 300, the official said.
Summary: Government drug adviser Eric Carlin has resigned following unease about the speed with which Mephedrone was criminalised.
A GOVERNMENT adviser became the latest member of the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (ACMD) to resign, in what he said was a protest in the way mephedrone had been criminalised.
Comment OF THE DAY AAMER Anwar was absolutely correct when he said Mohammed Atif Siddique's was criminalised for thought crime.
Not only are international Scout jamborees and school foreign exchanges threatened, but "unregistered" parents who take their children to playgrounds are liable to be criminalised.