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61. Abuse (misbruik) :: The list itself was prefaced with the following insight Leaders with absolute power too often abuse it
62. Arson (brandstigting) :: The jury still found Cottrell guilty of conspiracy to commit arson and seven counts of arson
63. Bandit (bandiet) :: However the bandits transmitted that there were no other bandits in the target area and we were not painting any contacts over the target with our own radars
64. Banish (verban) :: No one on the left is saying that religion must be banished from the public square
65. Binding (bindend) :: It remains to be shown that W512 is uniquely sensitive to nucleotide binding and hydrolysis in smooth muscle myosin
66. Case (geval) :: It was the biggest mistake she ever made because from then on Id just pack the case and wed be off again
67. Collude (saamspan) :: Just very recently a senior general was arrested because he was colluding with the insurgents
68. Contract (kontrak) :: health authorities contract a hospital to treat a specific number of patients
69. Contractual (kontraktuele) :: Most of the 167 million available for primary building for 2003 is contractually committed to projects already underway
70. Crime (misdaad) :: High treason was a crime against the state which meant in practice against the monarch
71. Criminal (kriminele) :: The barrister also says that his actions could amount to conspiracy to commit criminal damage
72. Criminality (kriminaliteit) ::
73. Criminology (kriminologie) :: Followup criminology studies have yet to determine whether the website route is effective
74. Declaration (verklaring) :: The king was told to demand that his brotherinlaw renounce all treaties hostile to France and make public declaration of his peaceful intentions
75. Housebreaking (huisbraak) :: Neither authority can be unaware that dark streets are an invitation for potential housebreakers and thugs to call round
76. Larceny (diefstal) :: Twentynine others were arrested for outstanding warrants on charges of burglary larceny and malicious wounding
77. Murder (moord) :: My mother sister and other brother had perished of malnutrition starvation and illness and my father had been murdered
78. Murderer (moordenaar) :: a convicted murderer
79. Penalize (penaliseer) :: Its a bit like penalising a football team for the players misbehaviour
80. Press (pers) :: At the press briefing a reporter asked whether this would mean that lenders would start limiting the number of credit cards issued to customers
81. Recruit (werf) :: From 1994 it started to recruit children systematically and even created childrens regiments
82. Snatch (ruk) :: Within minutes Paul OBrien replaced Pat Fitzgerald in the front line and with his first touch he missed a great chance to snatch a goal
83. Squad (groep) :: Noble has spoken to every player in the squad to explain what is expected of them
84. Thug (boef) :: I agree with the step taken by the authorities to eradicate thuggery because thugs either cause chaos or protect bad people
85. Trespass (oortreding) :: The remedies available with regard to the fruits of the trespass in the hands of the trespasser would be an injunction and we would accept that
86. Trespass (oortreding) :: The remedies available with regard to the fruits of the trespass in the hands of the trespasser would be an injunction and we would accept that
87. Trespass (oortreding) :: The remedies available with regard to the fruits of the trespass in the hands of the trespasser would be an injunction and we would accept that
88. Trespass (oortreding) :: The remedies available with regard to the fruits of the trespass in the hands of the trespasser would be an injunction and we would accept that
89. Trespass (oortreding) :: The remedies available with regard to the fruits of the trespass in the hands of the trespasser would be an injunction and we would accept that
90. Trespass (oortreding) :: The remedies available with regard to the fruits of the trespass in the hands of the trespasser would be an injunction and we would accept that
 

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