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These incidents occur in any prolonged conflict despite the justness or unjustness of the initial declaration of war.
9) Indeed, the purpose of this section of his preface is to point out to his readers the modesty of his theatrical demands--any appropriate scenery and costumes will suffice--and hence the unjustness of his treatment by theatre managers.
Violence against women is unjustness, cruelty and shamefulness," Erdogan said while addressing Women Convention organized in Buyuk Anadolu Hotel in Ankara.
4) The basic principle that the rights and obligations of jus in bello apply regardless of the justness or unjustness of the overall military operation thus remains firmly entrenched.
But over time, as the case against them unravelled and after I sat through their appeal hearings at the Old Bailey, my view changed and I became equally convinced of the unjustness of their convictions.
He protests against the unjustness of Joanna's arguments, "for thou makest him a complete Devil there" (Dispute 59).
Firstly, Anne Lund rails against "the unjustness and inequality that the Church teaches," claiming that every practising Catholic woman feels the way she does.
In this argument, the widely acknowledged unjustness and immorality of Jim Crow supporters who claimed that African Americans were not ready to be integrated and not intelligent enough to vote or be full citizens is the prologue to the Iraq War.
Rather, first of all, it implies a kind of immorality; that is, unfairness, and unjustness.
The Court in the following case cites to The Trial, in the context of a situation in which a discovery rule has been violated, to invoke the unjustness of a situation in which a person is unable to adequately present their case because they have not been allowed to see the evidence held against them.
The argument from performative contradiction asserts the unjustness of aggression and justifies by the same token the self-defense and the mutiny.
By all accounts it was totally unexpected, but hindsight gathers together the elements of conflagration-the onset of the highveld's bitter winter, millions huddled in makeshift huts trying to keep out the cold, many fighting the pangs of hunger, the inevitable turning of conversation to shortages of homes and jobs and the unjustness of Zimbabweans, Somalis and Nigerians taking such precious resources.