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They will then display all kinds of corruptive actions throughout the hierarchy.
the spiritual atonement necessary for salvation that exposes, as illustrated by the ensuing Cato episode, music's treacherous corruptive power tempting the soul into collective frenzy.
APML secretary general also pointed out that millions of people have become homeless due to prevailing floods in Sindh province but the world community has been hesitating to come forward due to bad and corruptive image of PPPs led ruling government across the world.
What has happened in the Anti-Terrorist Prison in Baghdad on Saturday night will surely be repeated during the forthcoming few days amid the existence of an intention to account the corruptive elements and to put an end for corruption," Aaraji told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
The February 14 celebration named after a Christian saint is not officially banned but hardliners have repeatedly warned about the corruptive spread of Western values.
Qatar and Spain-Portugal) said there is no such corruptive coalition between them and denied any allegations,'' said Bin Hammam, who is in town for Saturday's Asian Champions League final between Seongnam Ilhwa and Zobahan.
It seems to me that local municipality leaders don't sense their responsibility and the level of ethics and knowledge is too low to be able to see many situations as potentially corruptive," said Mikli.
The respondents, which include local and expatriate residents, provide views about possible corruptive practices involving public officials about winning business preferences such as contracts.
DORIAN GRAY (15) THE corruptive power of celebrity casts a long, dark shadow over Victorian London in Oliver Parker's take on Oscar Wilde's Gothic horror.
Readers soon will be, because from the first paragraph on the first page, Cunningham bears out the publisher's blurb that this is "a visceral account of the corruptive power of sex and one man's murderous rampage [which] ushers in a high-octane world of glamour, obsession and pure evil".
While Kennedy does not refer to Erich Auerbach or mention nationalist politics, it is clear that the aristocratic antiquarianism of the eighteenth century had been replaced in the nineteenth by a fascination with the Nordic--and the primitive--as against the cosmopolitan and corruptive nature of romance.
Turning to Paradise Lost, he points to the paradoxical representations of sublime digestion (Raphael's version) and its corruptive counterpart (hell), and he concludes by drawing attention to an intriguing doubleness in the forbidden fruit itself, illustrating how, as an apple and a peach, the fruit epitomizes the multiple moralities attached to food in the period.