assaulted, insulted and injured socially weak people without any sense of guilt by taking advantage of her superior status," police said in the warrant request.
"I don't think that the child was habitually
resident in Australia," said Judge Verdan.
The former professor and the other defendants habitually
beat the victim with a baseball bat and other items over what they said were professional mistakes and poor character.
I am constantly surprised by how many of us habitually
attempt to suppress the natural waves of our emotions.
Indeed, he expects the new series of promos to appeal to women as well as the usual male crowd that habitually
tunes in for football.
Yet nearly half of Americans still do not habitually
Israeli occupation authorities habitually
implement an almost daily search-and-arrest operations in pursuit of Palestinian citizens on pretext of them being "wanted".
Carlton Pollock knifed Lance Gregory with a knife he "habitually
" carried for his own protection, Birmingham Crown Court heard.
Sure they are highly visible and motorists tend to slow down when they light up, perhaps reminding many that they habitually
drive a few mph above the 30mph limit.
While most drivers habitually
belt up, some don't bother during short journeys or late at night.
"This blessed approach is the same approach of the rulers of the country who habitually
join their sons in their joyful events and implant confidence in their hearts to be good protectors of this generous country," he said.