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I will also be challenging the Government to stop with its vindictive attitude toward Clubs ACT and actively engage with all clubs and representative bodies.
Having reviewed the record in light of these principles, we conclude that Bout's allegations do not meet the high threshold necessary to prevail on a vindictive prosecution claim.
He added, "Punjab Government's poisonous steps has proved that they have not discarded the old habit of vengeance but they are not aware that end of vindictive attitudes is always bad".
The Iris was trying to land Marines but pulled away to head for home once the Vindictive had landed her troops.
Mukherjee said: "This amendment has been made not with any vindictive or with asserting any particular point of view.
We have some very vindictive MPs on both sides of the house.
Let us hope that the electorate do the decent thing and give Mr Eames a clear message that there is no place in local, or indeed any, political arena for this spiteful and vindictive man.
Actor Bill Ward, who played the vindictive builder, will take the role of Jimmy Porter in John Osborne's 1956 masterpiece.
If the British public want further evidence that Alastair Campbell and Mandelson are back on the spin in 10 Downing Street, it is in the vindictive vendetta of GeorgeOsborne at a timeof Labour pains in the Government, shown on Brown's face.
While Allen sugarcoats the music -- a bit of calypso here (``LDN''), reggae and ska everywhere, hip-hop and even a little oom-pah-pah (``Alfie'') -- she's the kind of girl who will say anything on her mind and that can be nasty, cheeky, ironic, vindictive.
I know that Christians should not be vindictive but the government is willing for Christians to suffer huge fines and maybe even go to prison.
Thomas Jefferson: "The Christian God is a being of terrific character--cruel, vindictive, capricious, and unjust") and Albert Einstein ("The idea of a personal God is quite alien to me and seems even naive").