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unduly

adverb excessively, exorbitantly, extremely, immoderately, inordinately, intemperately, overly
Associated concepts: unduly harsh criminal sanctions
See also: arbitrary and capricious
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The mandate is clear and we will reject any attempt to undo the referendum result, any attempt to hold up the process unduly, or any attempt to keep Britain in the EU by the back door by those who didn't like the answer they were given on June 23rd," Davis told parliament.
Lord Justice Davis, who was sitting with Mrs Justice Carr and Mrs Justice Patterson, said: "We are in no doubt this was an unduly lenient sentence.
Of those, 136 were referred by the AGO to the Court of Appeal as potentially unduly lenient, with the Court agreeing to increase the original sentence for 102 offenders.
But that term was beefed up to five-and-a-half years' immediate detention after solicitor general Robert Buckland QC referred it to the Court of Appeal as unduly lenient.
DISGRACED DJ Dave Lee Travis's three-month suspended sentence for indecent assault was "neither wrong in principle nor unduly lenient", the Attorney General has found.
It appears to me that the sentence was unduly lenient".
The European Commission is to recover from Bulgaria a sum of EUR 23 000 in unduly spent EU funds under the Rural Development Program.
1 2 3 4 5 6 The Big Picture If you look closely at this picture, you will see that the artist has been unduly careless, as there are five mistakes.
Baljit Ubhey, Chief Crown Prosecutor for Thames and Chiltern Crown Prosecution Service, said: "We supported the Attorney General's decision to refer this case as one that had attracted sentences that were unduly lenient.
New Delhi, Feb 16 (ANI): Expressing concern over modernization of China's armed forces, Defence Minister A K Antony on Wednesday said India is not unduly worried, as it is now modernising its armed forces to meet any challenge from any quarters.
TWO men jailed over the killing of an author outside a North Wales pub should have their unduly lenient sentences increased, the country''s top judge was told yesterday.
The number of Court of Appeal referrals fell by 38 and the number declared unduly lenient fell by 27 when compared with 2006.