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What makes one form of sexual violence more condemnatory than another is the issue that concerns me.
"Kick It Out, like others, is very frustrated at the length of time taken to investigate this issue and, as usual, has taken criticism, particularly from community organisations, who feel deeply and rightly aggrieved by the gesture and want to know why the campaign has not made more of a public condemnatory statement of Anelka's actions.
Meanwhile, MWM reacted to this tragedy with a condemnatory statement demanding of the government to bring the killers to the task immediately.
Bahrain Watch has launched an online campaign, urging internet users to bombard the companies exporting tear gas to Bahrain and the authorities approving such sales with condemnatory emails.
Consequently, the usual barrage of condemnatory statements and promises of justice from politicians and parties are meaningless.
Israel is in blatant violation of these conditions but faces no consequences beyond condemnatory statements.
The preliminary execution of the order was stopped by the Sofia Administrative Court, which caused the Customs Agency to come up with a condemnatory media statement, declaring that the law in Bulgaria had bowed to the power of monopoly.
However, her view of comedia is more nuanced and less universally condemnatory than that of most scholars in this field.
The culmination of Jobe's experiences is a twist ending that will leave even the most condemnatory religious leaders asking for forgiveness.
What seems strange to me is that all the comments I have seen on the series are either wildly enthusiastic or totally condemnatory. There is no middle ground.
While the panel ruled that Terry was not a racist, their judgment could barely have been more condemnatory, and was also hugely damaging for Cole and Chelsea.