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  • 141 get it in the neck — (informal) To be severely dealt with or hard hit • • • Main Entry: ↑neck * * * get it in the neck british informal phrase to be criticized or punished I’ll probably get it in the neck for this. Thesaurus: to be criticized …

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  • 142 GAMBLING — was known to the ancient world. Games of chance were an appreciated pastime, often turning into addiction, among the Greeks – Herodotus relates that the Lydians supposedly invented some games (History 1:94); among the Romans, who are known to… …

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  • 143 INFORMERS — (Heb. malshinim, slanderers ; moserim, informers ; delatorim, delators ), informers or slanderers who denounce individual Jews or the Jewish people in general to a foreign ruler. In Talmudic Tradition The attitude of the Talmud toward such… …

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  • 144 KARET — (Heb. כָּרֵת; Extirpation ), a punishment at the hands of heaven mentioned in the Bible as the penalty for a considerable number of sins committed deliberately such as: idolatry, desecration of the Sabbath, the eating of leaven on Passover,… …

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  • 145 NUMBERS, BOOK OF — (Heb. בְּמִדְבַּר; in the wilderness ), the fourth book of the Pentateuch. Like the other books of the Pentateuch, its name in Hebrew is taken from the first significant word in the book (the fifth word in chapter 1), which also reflects its… …

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  • 146 coming and going — or[going and coming] {adv. phr.} 1. Both ways; in both directions. * /The truck driver stops at the same cafe coming and going./ * /John was late. He got punished both going and coming; his teacher punished him and his parents punished him./ 2.… …

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  • 147 get away with murder — {v. phr.}, {informal} To do something very bad without being caught or punished. * /John is scolded if he is late with his homework, but Robert gets away with murder./ * /Mrs. Smith lets her children get away with murder./ …

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  • 148 coming and going — or[going and coming] {adv. phr.} 1. Both ways; in both directions. * /The truck driver stops at the same cafe coming and going./ * /John was late. He got punished both going and coming; his teacher punished him and his parents punished him./ 2.… …

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  • 149 get away with murder — {v. phr.}, {informal} To do something very bad without being caught or punished. * /John is scolded if he is late with his homework, but Robert gets away with murder./ * /Mrs. Smith lets her children get away with murder./ …

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  • 150 Punish — Pun ish, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Punished}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Punishing}.] [OE. punischen, F. punir, from L. punire, punitum, akin to poena punishment, penalty. See {Pain}, and { ish}.] 1. To impose a penalty upon; to afflict with pain, loss, or… …

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  • 151 Punishing — Punish Pun ish, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Punished}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Punishing}.] [OE. punischen, F. punir, from L. punire, punitum, akin to poena punishment, penalty. See {Pain}, and { ish}.] 1. To impose a penalty upon; to afflict with pain, loss,… …

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  • 152 Capital punishment — Death penalty and Death sentence redirect here. For other uses, see Death penalty (disambiguation) and Death sentence (disambiguation). Execution and Execute redirect here. For other uses, see Execution (disambiguation) and Execute… …

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  • 153 Roman censor — A Censor was a magistrate of high rank in the ancient Roman Republic. This position (called censura) was responsible for maintaining the census, supervising public morality, and overseeing certain aspects of the government s finances.The censors… …

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  • 154 Contempt of court — is a court order which, in the context of a court trial or hearing, declares a person or organization to have disobeyed or been disrespectful of the court s authority. Often referred to simply as contempt, such as a person held in contempt, it is …

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  • 155 Dennis the Menace (UK) — This article is about the Beano comic strip. For other uses, see Dennis the Menace (disambiguation). Beano strip Dennis Gnasher Current/last artist Barrie Appleby First appearance Issue 452 (17 March 1951 as Dennis the Menace) …

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  • 156 Demon — For other uses, see Demon (disambiguation). St. Anthony plagued by demons, as imagined by Martin Schongauer, in the 1480s. A demon (or daemon, from Ancient Greek, δαίμων), is a supernatural being from various religions, occultisms, literatures,… …

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  • 157 Michael Schumacher — Schumacher at the 2011 Canadian Grand Prix Born 3 January 1969 (1969 01 03) (age 42) Hürth, West Germany …

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  • 158 Misdemeanor — For other uses, see Misdemeanor (disambiguation). Criminal law …

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  • 159 Persecution of Christians — This article is about acts committed against Christians because of their faith. For negative attitudes towards Christians, see Anti Christian sentiment. A Christian Dirce, by Henryk Siemiradzki. A Christian woman is martyred under Nero in this re …

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  • 160 Taliban treatment of women — Marsden, Peter. (1998). The Taliban: War, religion and the new order in Afghanistan . London: Zed Books Ltd, ISBN 10: 1856495221 pp88 101.] Women were forced to wear the burqa in public, because, according to a Taliban spokesman, the face of a… …

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