gross wrong

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For instance, the argument that a corporation can commit a gross wrong not because of the actions of its individual members, but because of its corporate culture, might be traced to the individuals who created the irresponsible corporate culture in the first place.
Whoever becomes leader of the Labour party had better take careful note that here is a gross wrong which needs to be righted.
16 order by the Cook County Circuit Court was based on that court's finding that SafeCard's Wyoming action against Halmos "could possibly result in fraud, gross wrong and oppression" of Halmos by SafeCard, and "a manifest wrong and injustice.
No one is able to discover his identity or for what gross wrong he is attempting to atone, until he is found dead in his hermitage with a note beside his body, "This is the clay of Leslie the Earl, who sinned and suffered sore.