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1 Secretary Rice says the United States expects Pakistan to fully cooperate with India in determining who is responsible for the Mumbai attack and helping to bring them to justice.
2 At every level of the Justice Department, we are committed to improving partnerships with our federal law enforcement colleagues -and with leaders across the international law enforcement community.
3 We should be addressing the question of poverty not just from economics, but because dealing with equity and social justice is right.
4 Let us remember that we can do these things not just because of wealth or power, but because of who we are: one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
5 Radack, ethics adviser at the Department of Justice: I was called with the specific question of whether or not the F.B.I. on the ground could interrogate [Lindh] without counsel.
6 The justice secretary’s goal was to cut Britain’s large prison population, coming up with more effective ways of dealing with offenders and reducing stubbornly high reoffending rates.
7 The Greeks, who for centuries questioned themselves as to what is just, could understand nothing of our idea of justice.
8 oppressors are so awful, the oppressed so innocent, that the desire to see justice done becomes an almost physical hunger.
9 If you see the poor oppressed in a district, and justice and rights denied, do not be surprised at such things; for one official is eyed by a higher one, and over them both are others higher still.
10 he points out some sorry truths of the American justice system.
11 color white represented purity and innocence. Red stood for bravery. Blue stood for justice.
12 We believe the court can find justice for us.
13 Mexican envy at the hoop-la surrounding Brazil, its Latin American rival, has reached a pitch to which only a psychoanalyst could do full justice.
14 The next day we were married at the Justice of the Peace. My family is barred from the church from then on.
15 The police will try to stop us, but we will try to break the blockade in strictly non-violent ways," said Peter Polder, a 34-year-old Dutch green activist and member of Climate Justice Action.
16 We bump into societies that may be more or less just, or individuals who may be more or less just, but we never bump into justice itself.
17 We don't ever bump into justice itself.
18 Surviving Death Eaters will have to be brought to justice or reintegrated into magical society.
19 Some didn't use their names at all, simply saying "I" solemnly swear, or just answering "I do" after the chief justice read the oath.
20 Here we shed a little light on the not-so-barbaric Dark Ages, and what really went on in the worlds of torture and justice.
21 Yet for all that, the mind can think about perfect justice.
22 Human Justice and Divine Justice.
23 Justice is on our side.
24 his view, and that of other Turkish citizens who work for historical justice, pressure from Congress could make the truth more elusive by stiffening the backs of nationalists.
25 I would not have written, but justice requires my character to be defended.
26 After Chief Justice Taney swore in President Van Buren, the new president gave his inaugural speech.
27 World Justice Project disagrees, releasing a report on June 13th on the status of the rule of law in 66 countries around the world.
28 not all our efforts and hopes been directed towards greater freedom, justice, and prosperity?
29 Call it poetic justice, or just sheer bad luck, either way Hobson approached the experience like a scientist and decided to document it, just as he had with the cats, but this time from the inside.
30 justice and mercy did he show to all, and the evil Magician he banished, and to the Woodcutter and his wife he sent many rich gifts, and to their children he gave high honour.