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Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) senior officials told APP that different areas of Neelum Valley, Malum Jabba and Skardu and scattered places of AJK snowfall took place.
Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) senior officials told reporter that different areas of Neelum Valley, Malum Jabba and Skardu and scattered places of AJK snowfall took place.
Decorum est ipsum bonum medii generis, & indecorum malum medii generis, scilicet bonum imperfectum & malum imperfectum.
One of the two female bombers, disguised as a male worshipper, joined other Muslim brothers in the mosque at Ummarari-Molai during … prayers," said Malum Farouk, a member of a grassroots security group in a civilian joint task force.
Talking to eporter, he said that earlier, he had directed film Na Malum Afraad which hit the box office.
Yet, John Paul II's rhetorical gambit in giving us these examples, novel though some may be, was not exhausted by his critique of relativism, for he was no less concerned about "old wine"--in particular, acts traditionally declared intrinsece malum, such as artificial contraception or same-sex genital relations.
46) Furthermore, while "basic sin" and "moral evil" refer respectively to the same realities as those Lonergan in his Latin treatises calls malum culpae and malum poenae (the evil of fault or culpable evil and the evil of punishment), I will argue that the terms from Insight must replace the Latin terms and their translated counterparts.
Quam igitur, ob cam hoc spote sponte quis tantum malum eligit 200 Resend facto.
Lacrumo, misera; in quod me, te fratremque meum conieci malum.
Malum, summing up the most significant war crimes case, went through the estimated number of deaths and rapes.