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penality

(pɪˈnælɪtɪ)
n
(Law) the quality or condition of being penal
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Just five minutes after the well taken penality, United were awarded a free kick in a very favourable position and their free kick specialist, Bongane Modise converted it to make it one all draw.
M(RURAL) (for the year 2016-17SH:- S/F of 20 kvar capacitor to avoid PF penality at MEDCHAL MBM Exchange ,RR Dist.
ANKARA, Oct 29 (KUNA) -- Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Saturday he would ratify reintroduction of the death penality once the parliament passed it.
Other reforms that they would like to implement include the imposition of a higher penality against adults who would use minors in their criminal activities and the insertion of a new provision that those offenders above 15 but below 18-years-old, and were not first-time violators, will be treated as adult violators.
The author has organized the main body of his text in eight chapters focused on neoliberal penality, productive injustice, innocent citizens and guilty subjects, and a variety of other related subjects.
The match was decided on the penality kicks which was won by Bahawal Club by scoring four goals.
He urged for the introduction of a moratorium aiming to abolish the death penality.
As per the new provision drunk driving would be dealt with high penality and even jail term.
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.
Poly 2, Narbone 2: Poly (13-3-2) advanced to the second round on penality kicks, outscoring No.
Unsurprisingly, a larger, more theoretical context involves Michel Foucault and those who have built on his ideas over the past thirty years, ideas which have inspired Canuel but which he departs from in seeking a less abstract,more textually grounded study of the relationship between reformed punishment and its subjects: 'The basic function of penality requires the imaginative work at the heart of fictional constructions' (p.
Both defendants face the death penality if convicted.