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willfully

adv. referring to doing something intentionally, purposefully and stubbornly. Examples: "He drove the car willfully into the crowd on the sidewalk." "She willfully left the dangerous substances on the property." (See: willful)

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N84, Laws of the Federation, 2004, a candidate for an elective office, who had obtained a University Degree or its equivalent at age 30 and below can willfully conceal in his FORM CF 001 his University qualifications for the purpose of evading the consequences of the Acts?'
"Because the Court of Appeals in the present case correctly concluded that Maggie was not 'willfully absent' from James in the years leading up to his death, we affirm."
A NAB spokesman said the suspect with mala fide intentions obtained constructive possession of Ashiana Iqbal project without financial close and willfully failed to complete the project that caused Rs1 billion loss.
New Delhi [India], Dec 2 ( ANI ): Negating possibility of a criminal negligence on Delhi's Max Hospital's part, the national president of the Indian Medical Association (IMA), Dr KK Aggarwal, said no doctor would willfully declare a baby dead, adding the concerned doctor might have made a mistake.
'Genuino, then a public officer and thus required by law to file his sworn SALN, did then and there, willfully, unlawfully, feloniously, and knowingly accomplished a SALN and deliberately affirmed under oath the falsehood contained therein pertaining to his undervalued assets by failing to disclose, despite full knowledge thereof, the following real properties registered under his name and his wife,' the Office of the Special Prosecutor said in the charge sheet.
She admitted willfully neglecting male and female patients who were "lacking capacity".
It is alleged that between November 1 and December 14 last year that he willfully accessed information when not authorised to do so and passed it on and discussed it with a named woman.
We are pleased the jury has found Sally Beauty willfully infringed and awarded an amount that will make them think twice about doing so in the future.
As part of the plea, Williams agreed to admit in writing to all of the essential elements of the charged crimes, including that he unlawfully, willfully, and knowingly evaded taxes by filing false and fraudulent tax returns on which he failed to disclose his interest in the ALQI accounts, in exchange for a sentence reduction.
THE Delhi High Court on Thursday slammed striking Air India ( AI) pilots for willfully disobeying court orders saying that they must call off their agitation immediately, or face contempt action.
Jacob Mattleman, 20, and Daniel Ellowitz, 21, both of 46 Maywood St., and Matthew Sexton, 30, of 950 Main St., were charged with throwing, launching, or secreting an incendiary device; willfully discharging or exploding an incendiary device; willfully and maliciously vandalizing property; disorderly conduct; and disturbing the peace, police said.
(Defendant) knowingly or willfully: Give as applicable.