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On the other hand, even if a basic judgment is concerned, a CD may be integrity compromising but justified provided that this basic judgment is not a compulsive judgment.
Dorothea recognises her love for Ladislaw and the sexual side of her nature when she comes unexpectedly upon Rosamond and Ladislaw and finds them in a seemingly compromising position.
By compromising, Clinton also could play to one of the strongest aspects of his character, for his whole approach to politics - indeed, to life - is to smooth over conflict and avoid confrontation.
The possibility of a taxpayer compromising a tax liability is not a new concept.