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penality

(pɪˈnælɪtɪ)
n
(Law) the quality or condition of being penal
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For Delayed Supply, Railway Will Recover From The Supplier As Agreed Liquidated Damages And Not By Way Of Penality A Sum Equivallent To 2 Percent Of The Price Of The Delayed Supply Of Stores Including Elements Of Taxes, Duties, Freight, Etc.
The match was decided on the penality kicks which was won by Bahawal Club by scoring four goals.
Anderson, Melissa Binder, and Kate Krause, "The Motherhood Wage Penality Revisited: Experience, Heterogeneity, Work Effort, and WorkSchedule Flexibility," Industrial and Labor Relations Review 56, no.
DEBS has an approved formula to insure part time or 25 hours a week base Limited Benefit plan that will limit Federal Penality for non-qualified medical insurance then Employer offers buy up PPO coverage @ 75% participation.
He urged for the introduction of a moratorium aiming to abolish the death penality.
10) Thus, from a governmental perspective, the argument put forth here is that governing through detention exercises a different governmental logic, one that unmakes the refugee from a political subject, with a limited right to have rights, to a mere body to be managed through modes of either penality or humanitarian assistance.
Imagine what kind of torment it inflicts on young men and women of faith who are grappling with their sexuality, while at the same time knowing that the penality for being true to themselves is to be ostracised by church and community.
According to Wacquant, "The traditionally hostile separation of these two approaches, the one stressing the instrumental role of penality as a vector of power and the other its expressive mission and integrative capacity, is but an accident of academic history artificially sustained by stale intellectual politics.
Whereas immigration imprisonment once seemed a relic of early to mid-twentieth century immigration policy, (10) this practice has resurged to become an increasingly common feature of American penality in recent years.
Canuel contends, however, that this scheme "occludes the extent to which penal reform continued powerfully to shape political debate and literary production" in the Romantic era and beyond (84, 143), that it obscures the interesting play of interiority and exteriority, subject and penality, that is manifest everywhere in the period, including in literary works.
Bennet is poised to become Zimbabwe's deputy minister of agriculture, but Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe's president, refuses to swear him in until he is proven innocent of all charges, some of which that carry a possible death penality.
David Garland likewise argues that the evidence that we have to trace the "reception" of penality is "woefully inadequate"; Punishment and Modern Society, 253.