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INIQUITY. Vice; contrary to equity; injustice.
     2. Where, in a doubtful matter, the judge is required to pronounce, it is his duty to decide in such a manner as is the least against equity.

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Moderate Conservative and Lib-Dem MPs supported by Labour must put more pressure on the Government to abandon this wicked policy, while tenants must email petitions to the Prime Minister stressing the iniquities of this policy.
He has stood against racism, homophobia, the subjugation of women and a myriad other social iniquities without wavering.
He said that theres still room for a peaceful settlement of the issue and if political leadership of the country sit together, brainstorm and try to undo the injustices and iniquities with urgent sincerity, the Baloch brethren can still be a part of the national stream.
He said that there's still room for a peaceful settlement of the issue and if political leadership of the country sit together, brainstorm and try to undo the injustices and iniquities with urgent sincerity, the Baloch brethren can still be a part of the national stream.
Ibrahim became a well known crucial figure right from the first week of the Libyan uprising, lecturing the foreign media from a conference room at the Rixos Hotel in Tripoli on the iniquities of NATO and the West.
THEIR sins and their iniquities will I remember no more.
Hide your face from my sins and blot out all my iniquities.
His central concern is over the tension between negative liberty, the right to be left alone, versus positive liberty, the right to be free of "the inner entanglements and iniquities that make us miserable.
Dr John Sentamu has even penned an article for The Sun about the iniquities of the whispering campaign against the parents of missing Madeleine and the legal principles of innocence until proved guilty.
One criticism found in a number of the contributions is that research must take a wider perspective than the school and the classroom: it must be research on the society and its iniquities, for these clearly lie at the basis of differential achievement in education.
Condoleezza Rice is not a passive spectator to the iniquities of the Bush administration.
Then, the prophet reminds God's people of how they have denied God's presence, not offering sacrifices of praise to God but burdening God with sins and wearying God with iniquities.