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there was wrongdoing in the city's past assessing practices - but with some of the language he used in describing some of the issues, the public could not help but get the impression that assessors nefariously manipulated the valuations for commercial and industrial properties to keep them lower than they should have been.
to have often wickedly made ambushes against felons fleeing for sanctuary to the friars' hospice and church and watches by day and night within their fences, and sometimes nefariously entering the enclosures and rushing upon the fugitives and laying hands and blows upon them have sacrilegiously expelled and dragged them forth in contempt of the friars and their ecclesiastical liberty, breaking their houses and walls and treading down their gardens; whereby their liberty is violated, celebrations of divine service are disturbed, the peace and quiet of the people are injured and the friars dare not come from their close.
The changing attitudes of the youth and their enthusiastic endorsements of not only police officers but police practices after participating in the program, was not an outcome that was nefariously designed, but it worked well to advance the institutional interests of the police.
On top of the fact KOMA UNWIND is the first Non Nefariously marketed Relaxation drink brought to market in a sugar free version.
But it also more nefariously shaped us as technology moved from responding to necessity into the mere "procurement of pleasures and luxuries" by way of mechanization and commodification.
But the promise is accompanied by the risks of "bio-terror" and "bio-error"--that the same techniques, either nefariously or inadvertently, might create organisms that would harm public health or the environment.
24) Perhaps most nefariously, insurgent groups that employ suicide bombing as a tactic have now turned to the use of women and children, for they have proven more likely to evade measures designed to identify suicide bombers.
Fortunes were made for a while: by mortgage lenders offering mortgages to people who couldn't afford them, by speculators buying low and selling high and, most nefariously, by financial executives who personally pocketed billions of dollars in short-term largesse creamed from the froth of the unreal credit boom they were commanding.
More nefariously, they have adopted tactics that unambiguously breach existing law.
And there is no reason to believe that a group of jurors would conspire to act so nefariously as to base their verdict on uncharged conduct.
He is either trying to nefariously disseminate anti-Israeli propaganda or he doesn't have the faintest clue about the murderous conditions inside a concentration camp," General Secretary of the Central Council of Jews in Germany Stephan Kramer said.