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final condemnation of doors and windows of premises.
Rather than seeing the new round of sectarian violence tearing Iraq apart as a bloody and final condemnation of that immoral, illegal and ignominious invasion, you and your cadre of corrupt cronies are seizing on the opportunity to clear the air.
The recent convictions, the Special Court's acting prosecutor Joseph Kamara said in language now stock and formulaic, were "a final condemnation of one of the most brutal and notorious rebel groups in modern times."
En Eilersen se voorlaaste hoofstuk eindig met die stelling: "In actual fact A Bewitched Crossroad becomes Bessie Head's final tribute to the Ordinary Man; her final condemnation of the power people." Hierdie sinne vervat die lewe en werk van die Bessie Head, 'n vrye dog eensame mens wat haar lewe lank gestry her teen mag en magtiges wie haar en gewone mense met kleur en klas en etnisiteit ingekerker het.
The child's tears were the final condemnation of all wars which shatter people who love each other,' he said.
His views prompted hostile rejoinders in at least six treatises and eight councils, culminating in a final condemnation in Rome in 1079.
Bolton delivered the final condemnation, winning 2-1 against Middlesbrough who could in all fairness be mauled by a mouse on their travels.
"We ask you, also, in the name of the human treatment owing to a man who has been a faithful servant of the church throughout his religious life and out of consideration for his age, to revoke such an extraordinary and final condemnation," the religious leaders wrote.