paedophilic


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paedophilic

(ˌpiːdəʊˈfɪlɪk)
adj
(Psychiatry) a variant form of paedophiliac
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Handing the pervert a sentence of three-and-a-half years, Judge Stephen Fowler said he "devoted considerable time and effort into the preparation of his predatory paedophilic activities".
She also told prosecutors that she suspected her husband of having paedophilic tendencies but did not take any action until she realised her own children had become victims.
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He said: "In regards to the 16 names contained in the files who were involved in paedophilic activity, I have been asked many times to recall the names that I saw but I have been unable to recall them."
A senior teacher described the film as "inappropriate, sexual and paedophilic" at a disciplinary hearing of the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS) in Edinburgh last month.
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He said the motive for the murders was "sexual and paedophilic".
His case coincided with an Australian public enquiry that found that seven percent of priests were accused of paedophilic acts between 1950 and 2010.
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