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Where you find it punishable, punish it, and let it not grow.
So too are strict laws, with many crimes punishable by caning or hanging.
It should be made clear, however, that such positions are not punishable.
In the late nineteenth century, however, polygamy became punishable by law.
Reading programs were set up in every city and village, and failure to attend was punishable by three years in jail.
Discrimination of that kind is punishable by law, the playing field is level, no need for affirmative action.
Second, it does explicitly state that those papers contributing to his winning the grant is a punishable offense.
Without their testimony, the authorities can convict them only on a lesser charge, punishable by two years in prison.
Violation of a gag order can be punishable by up to five years in prison.
If he accepts four more bets today, he's in felony territory, an offense punishable by up to three years in prison.
Wiretappers and journalists may be worse and earlier punishable than the suspected, who in the meantime could escape easily.
Illegal is not a race its a crime punishable by deportation, jail or both.
At a review conference next year, some will press for this charge to be added to the court's detailed sheet of punishable crimes.
Spreading disinformation may not be legally punishable but that does not make it right.
Laws against false accusation punishable by the same penalty would go a long way to correct the potential damage.
For all of human history, insubordination in the military is always punishable by the harshest of penalties.
Crime less serious than a felony that is usually punishable by a maximum one-year jail term, a fine, or both.
The former is punishable by two to six years' in prison and the latter by one to two years in prison.
Falsification of any statement is a misdemeanor and is punishable by a fine or imprisonment, or both.
Violation is punishable by imprisonment or fine or both.
Use of this survey without written permission is punishable by law.
Violations of these statutes are punishable by civil and criminal penalties.

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