infamous conduct

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Karnegie had retired to her own room, justly indignant with her husband for his infamous conduct in handing "Mrs.
I fear there is no doubt, that this train of evil and its consequences, originated in the infamous conduct of some of our countrymen.
My father and brother had not made my marriage known to their acquaintance; because, in the very first letter I wrote to apprise them of the union--having already begun to experience extreme disgust of its consequences, and, from the family character and constitution, seeing a hideous future opening to me--I added an urgent charge to keep it secret: and very soon the infamous conduct of the wife my father had selected for me was such as to make him blush to own her as his daughter-in-law.
Unveiling the findings of its fact-finding committee in a statement issued on the eve of Saturday morning, the INEC National Commissioner and Chairman Voter's Education and Publicity Committee, Barrister Festus Okoye pointed fingers of scorn at the infamous conduct of soldiers and said the Commission was determined to 'engage the security agencies at national level and the Inter-Agency Consultative Committee at the State level to demand neutrality and professionalism of security personnel in order to secure a peaceful environment for the completion of the elections.
Barako for infamous conduct by colluding with the principal and invigilators to allocate extra time while four invigilators were warned.
30, 2007), that the most valid grounds for divorce under Turkish law are: adultery/disloyalty; crimes against the life of a spouse; ill-usage; cruelty/affront/insult; crime and infamous conduct; abandonment/desertion; mental illness and domestic disturbance.
The original term, taken from an old English case, is "infamous conduct in a professional respect." The modern expression, "professional misconduct," has replaced "infamous conduct," but the definition is unchanged: "Serious misconduct judged according to the rules, written and unwritten, which govern the medical profession." The common sense definition requires that "a practitioner has done something in pursuit of his profession which would reasonably be regarded as disgraceful or dishonorable by his professional brethren of good repute and competence."
As per this notice,PM&DC is a civil court mandated to decide cases of negligence and infamous conduct of the registered medical and dental practitioners.
Erasmus fashioned a rhetorical rejoinder: if the idea is to do away with everything that can lend itself to infamous conduct, why not do away with enforced celibacy?
Infamous conduct prior to the recent Moseley Old Players Association lunch.
Ex-Hawthorns youth-team physio Nick Bent has failed in his attempt to bring a charge of 'infamous conduct' against Worth regarding the medical treatment of youth-team players.
They found him guilty only of "infamous conduct" - letting the girl skip classes, inviting her to the school during holidays, offering her a lift home, and phoning her.