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I did not enjoy the delight of seeing the wit who indited the paragraph in question, but I have no doubt he is a prodigious man in his way, and held in high repute by a select circle.
She was indited for incitement, like many of the other cases against online speech, and also under the law that prohibits ""Support for a Terrorist Organization.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and 24 senior members of his regime could be indited for war crimes.
The latter yields up the revealing phrases indited in a fine scribal hand--gan foghla gan somradh sealg [without fowling or hunting space], cuis tuirse truime [the cause of heavy weariness], and the Homeric slios gach muir gormsaothrasdh gil [alongside every bright and blueyed sea], I trembled with emotion.
Since our last publication, accounts of the effects of sulphuric ether inhalation have poured in upon us from all quarters; and loud has been the blowing of trumpets, and great the jubilation, and overwhelming the nonsense uttered and indited thereupon.
CBI has indited 12 top police and government officials in the report and has suggested the Bengal government for giving strong punishment to those found guilty of firing without provocation.
Sudan has been unable to access the EU aid since it withdrew its signature from the statute after ICC charged President Omar al-Bashir and other government officials were indited.
Sudan has been unable to access the EU aid because it withdrew its signature from the statute after ICC charged President Omar al-Bashir and other government officials were indited.
No sitting governor, nor former-governor or indited senator, but others in public office--including the Chief Justice of the state's supreme court--along with researchers and practitioners in the social sciences, especially education, reflect on the half-century of statehood for the only US state to have a foot in the eastern hemisphere.
Back in the 14th century, Persian lyric poet Hafiz of Shiraz wrote (in this translation by Guy Ottewell): "You have indited an ode and you have woven pearls; come and softly recite, Hafiz, / For upon your verse the sky has scattered the necklace of the Pleiades.