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Munuza appears early on, an evident example of unrighteous anger: Salduena designs him--and by extension, the Moors--to be judged by his readers.
Cause of aggression in this study includes unrighteous behavior of player, fault of referee in sensitive time and delay in starting match.
Gardner Mayor Mark Hawke is a master of unrighteous indignation.
Mozi says that everybody (including the rulers) condemns these things and knows they are unrighteous.
A fourth century logician by the name of Vatsyayana analyzed righteous and unrighteous conduct that can be associated with one's body, mind, and speech (Klostermaier, p.
Rather, if the magistrate authorizes her to do so, he will be unrighteous and her judgment is considered invalid.
Called Rakshasa (which are unrighteous spirits in Hindu and Buddhist mythoi), this backdoor is persistent, very hard to detect, portable, and because it's built using open-source tools (Coreboot, SeaBIOS, and iPXE) it could be used by governments and still grant them plausible deniability.
In the Jewish tradition, the concepts of a final judgment or hell as a destination of the unrighteous do not appear until relatively late in the Old Testament period.
1:1, 1:8, 2:3), and the friends who tell him that only the unrighteous suffer (e.
Furthermore, Mikati convened with Deputy Naamtallah Abi Nasr who discussed with him the issue of executing the State Advisory Council's decision to withdraw citizenship away from those who obtained it in an unrighteous way.
A Jew may believe almost anything about the afterlife but is not free to act in an unrighteous, dishonest or dissolute manner.