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was sentenced to confinement for one year, a dishonorable discharge, and reduction to E-1 for sexually assaulting a female Airman while she was passed out after a night of drinking.
Gaita questions the many dishonorable actions taken against animals, but holds firm to the idea that they do not possess the same moral personhood as humans.
No action is to be taken, nor course of conduct pursued which would seem ungentlemanly or dishonorable.
Strong passions, courage, and relentless oppression fill the pages of this tautly written saga, that unashamedly reveals the dishonorable side of Frontier America as surely as the patriotic side presented all too blandly in school textbooks.
Our country has accepted obligations that are difficult to fulfill, and would be dishonorable to abandon," insisted George W.
3 -- Jenkins given 30 days in confinement and a dishonorable discharge from the U.
I am writing to you because of recent Crown conduct that I can only qualify as dishonorable.
military court that gave a 30-day confinement and dishonorable discharge to Charles Jenkins, the American husband of repatriated abductee Hitomi Soga.
Senator John McCain, Republican of Arizona, denounced the ad as "dishonest and dishonorable.
Already by the early seventeenth century the contours of a new gender difference were taking form as the ritualized marriage drew up the boundaries between legitimate and illegitimate sexual practices and accordingly between honorable and dishonorable women.
As the grinch who held on to each part in his pile; His supply room a warehouse so he'd feel no pinch, His Highness, the dishonorable, Hoarder Grinch
They should not be forced into the dishonorable business of abortion.