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On the assumption that it may have been compromised, the question is less how to exact retribution for a wrong doing that was common practice in global football governance.
In the aftermath of the Special Forces surgical strike, the Indian security apparatus has war- gamed multiple retaliatory measures that the Pakistani Army can take to exact retribution.
When they join forces, it is for a common goal: to exact retribution for Montfort's brutality.
He admits that he initially sought help from the government to exact retribution for his father's death, but that he learned that peace and service to others is the best revenge.
PRICE TAG" Israeli Police spokeswoman Luba Samri said the torching appeared to have been a "Price Tag" attack, a reference to militant settlers who exact retribution for any Israeli government curbs on settlement expansion in the West Bank.
Israeli Police spokeswoman Luba Samri said the torching was an apparent "Price Tag" attack, a reference to militant settlers who threaten to exact retribution for any Israeli government curbs on settlement expansion in the West Bank.
An unseen man tells an unnamed priest (Gleeson) in the dark shadows of the confessional that he was repeatedly raped by a priest over the course of five years, a crime for which he will exact retribution in the most irrational and unexpected way imaginable.
Abusing power to exact retribution, though, is clearly wrong.
Eventually, after discovering that the Japanese torturer is still alive, Lomax decides to return to the Far East to exact retribution.
Obama failed in his stated objective to oust Syria's Assad regime from power; failed to impress Assad that his "red line" against using chemical weapons was serious; failed to exact retribution when that red line was crossed; failed to rally anything but small minorities in either house of Congress to support his position; and failed to grasp that agreements with the likes of Syria and Russia prolong, rather than solve, the chemical-weapons problem.
Hassan adds: "these attempts fall under the vigorous pursuit of the General Security Service (Shabak) to retaliate against the Palestinian people for their continued solidarity and support for prisoners rights, as well as exact retribution from Palestinian human rights organizations and limit their work that exposes the occupation's policies and its repressive inhumane procedures against prisoners and detainees.
Under the customary laws of most communities, people found guilty of murder must pay compensation to the family of the deceased, a remedy designed to restore relationships rather than to exact retribution by taking away the wrongdoer's life.