In return to which, Conscience, like a good lawyer, attempted to distinguish between an absolute breach of trust
, as here, where the goods were delivered, and a bare concealment of what was found, as in the former case.
She had committed an infamous breach of trust
. An overwhelming desire came over her to tell him everything.
He felt that in letting Dunstan have the money, he had already been guilty of a breach of trust
hardly less culpable than that of spending the money directly for his own behoof; and yet there was a distinction between the two acts which made him feel that the one was so much more blackening than the other as to be intolerable to him.
I remember, when I was once interceding with the emperor for a criminal who had wronged his master of a great sum of money, which he had received by order and ran away with; and happening to tell his majesty, by way of extenuation, that it was only a breach of trust
, the emperor thought it monstrous in me to offer as a defence the greatest aggravation of the crime; and truly I had little to say in return, farther than the common answer, that different nations had different customs; for, I confess, I was heartily ashamed.
Another prominent feature is the love of 'smart' dealing: which gilds over many a swindle and gross breach of trust
; many a defalcation, public and private; and enables many a knave to hold his head up with the best, who well deserves a halter; though it has not been without its retributive operation, for this smartness has done more in a few years to impair the public credit, and to cripple the public resources, than dull honesty, however rash, could have effected in a century.
It might be deemed a breach of trust
, I thought, to convey that lily hand to my lips, so I only gently pressed it between my own, and smilingly replied, - 'I hardly can.
At any other time she would have overwhelmed her master with reproaches for his breach of trust
, but now she followed him into the kitchen before the torrent of words had come to an end.
He had committed a breach of discipline, and a breach of trust
. In plainer words, he had deserted his post.
"My careful consideration of the statement made by yourself, and my knowledge of Lady Glyde's position, as defined in the settlement, lead me, I regret to say, to the conclusion that a loan of the trust money to Sir Percival (or, in other words, a loan of some portion of the twenty thousand pounds of Lady Glyde's fortune) is in contemplation, and that she is made a party to the deed, in order to secure her approval of a flagrant breach of trust
, and to have her signature produced against her if she should complain hereafter.
I remembered that I had known a man before who had declared himself to have fallen, years ago, a victim to misfortune; but this misfortune, whose effects appeared permanent (he looked desper ately hard up) when considered dispassionately, seemed indistinguishable from a breach of trust
. Could it be something of that nature?
Dr Ellie Milby is a counselling psychologist mind OVER MATTER WITH DR ELLIE MILBY Moving forward after a breach of trust
The court has fixed a hearing for September 4 for the bail application submitted by former chairman of Ayeyarwady Region Legislative Assembly who is charged with section 409 (breach of trust
) of Penal Code.