ill treatment

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He belonged, he said, to a party of thirty hunters, who had just passed through the neighborhood, but whom he had abandoned in consequence of their ill treatment of a brother trapper; whom they had cast off from their party, and left with his bag and baggage, and an Indian wife into the bargain, in the midst of a desolate prairie.
The gray came in just after, and thereby prevented any ill treatment which the others might have given me.
For that matter, high-strung and finely sensitive, the ill treatment had flung him into a fever, which was fed by the inflammation of his parched and swollen throat and tongue.
A CARE worker has denied ill treatment of a severely disabled man after he was allegedly recorded by a VTECH toy.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Dec 28 (ANI): The Congress Party on Thursday stood in support of External Affairs Minister (EAM) Sushma Swaraj in condemnation of Pakistan, over the ill treatment of former Indian naval officer Kulbhushan Jadhav's kin when they visited the country to meet him.
He also appealed rights bodies to play their role in stopping the ill treatment with the leaders.
Download Syrian Embassy rejects ill treatment of displaced, commends Aoun's rejection of incitement against them NNA - The Syrian Embassy in Beirut issued on Wednesday the following statement: "The media has recently tackled the issue of abuse to Syrian citizens working in Lebanon, their ill-treatment and other inappropriate practices that have reached the point of imposition of forced labor.
The accused officers denied any ill treatment, saying that they had to intervene at the airport, in order to stop Thuo from hurting himself.
Srinagar -- In occupied Kashmir, the High Court Bar Association has strongly condemned the ill treatment being meted out to Kashmiri political detainees and under-trials in District Jail, Kuthua.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Well-known journalist Mehmet Baransu, who has been in prison since March on charges of releasing classified National Security Council (MGK) documents dated 2004, recounted in an article on Monday the ill treatment he is facing in prison.
First, the qualification of an act as torture or inhumane or degrading treatment or punishment; second, though the genuineness of the risk is not in question it still requires balancing against the interest of the contracting state, nor is the mere probability of ill treatment enough, third, in duty to assess the risk, the contracting state authorities have some role to play, which again involves balancing.
It is totally unacceptable that the Palestinians have been subjected to all kinds of ill treatment in their own homeland and left landless and stateless for years.