It makes him hated above all things, as I have said, to be rapacious, and to be a violator
of the property and women of his subjects, from both of which he must abstain.
For example, in the use of the word `father,' would the care of a father be implied and the filial reverence and duty and obedience to him which the law commands; and is the violator
of these duties to be regarded as an impious and unrighteous person who is not likely to receive much good either at the hands of God or of man?
As a further provision for the efficacy of the federal powers, they took an oath mutually to defend and protect the united cities, to punish the violators
of this oath, and to inflict vengeance on sacrilegious despoilers of the temple.
These two men are old offenders," he explained to the angry owner; "and they are most persistent violators
of the fish and game laws.
The Passport Department said if the violator
does not have in his possession identification documents, his deportation will be delayed until the violator
's embassy supplies such documents.
It is the intent of Franklin County Municipal Court, Clerk of Court to obtain bids to establish a purchase order for the purchase of Violator
Payment Envelope for use by law enforcement officers to provide to the Violator
a price list of fines and costs and the envelope to mail the payment to the Clerk%s office.
, in all cases, shall be asked to refund all the gains made as a result of the offense, it added.
Editor's note: This story has been updated to include comment from an individual on the toll violator
Management, the hip-hop management company and record label, has assigned a portion of its office space at 36 West 25th Street to the film production company O Positive Films.
In addition, the growth in parole violator
admissions during the past two decades was so sharp that such admissions to state prisons in 2000 approximates the total number of offenders admitted to state prisons in 1980.
A parole violator
filed a [section] 1983 action alleging that prison officials deprived him of his right to due process when they removed him from a substance abuse program.
McKee, the court reviewed a case based in Nashville, Tennessee involving the police pursuit of a 13-year-old traffic violator