Although we are able to distinguish own illnesses from other personal reasons in the data, in our view attributing an illegitimate absence to a child's illness is no less malfeasant
than attributing it to one's own illness.
In his eyes, American journalists often mistook notorious cases of a priest-abuser or a malfeasant
bishop as "the paradigm for all the cases." (9) Moreover, these same journalists also commonly left out of stories crucial details such as dates and timelines of the abuse, progress in the last decades in the understanding of the psychological nature of sexual attraction to children, and the actual pastoral and canonical complexities faced by bishops who were trying to do the right thing.
An early declaration of a malfeasant
regime as odious can allow a financial straightjacket to be applied immediately on the regime.
* Require full disclosure of small arms and light weapons exports by all arms-exporting nations; sanction states that are malfeasant
The blurring of the lines between the illegal act of piracy and the illicit acts of proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, not to mention narcotics trafficking and poaching on fishing grounds, demands that we look beyond our own territorial borders to find a solution to the malfeasant
threats to our individual and collective national security.
This is not an isolated occurrence in New Zealand film, with other foreign nations associated with hostile and malfeasant
actions on New Zealand soil.
Or, it might stem from audits that are either ineffective or perceived to be ineffective when it comes to preventing and detecting malfeasant
True to the teens-gone-bad subgenre stereotype, Jenny's best friend (Faleena Hopkins) is a worse malfeasant
Zevit envisions the Deuteronomistic Historian as "an opinionated, bookish person," who was not concerned with the "social, military, or economic policies per se" of "malfeasant
monarchs," but rather with policies concerning the "centrality of the Jerusalem temple" as the legitimate locale for "Yahwistic ministrants and appurtenances" (p.
It would be far better for the United States to make the case that its own imperialism, however malfeasant
, is pudding next to a day in the life of those who live on the adversary's home turf.
Player behavior is delineated in terms of on-field production, attitude, and preparation and is stratified into four groups that range from the "perfect" owner's player, whose behavior is exactly aligned with the owner's goals, to a shirker, who is so malfeasant
that he harms the sport.
They can help to stave off any number of maladies such as listing on little notes otherwise easily guessed passwords, lost notebooks with valuable intellectual property, and the malfeasant
that just walked in behind your personnel when they came back from lunch who is now placing a wireless networking hub on your LAN to capture traffic from your parking lot.