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1 He raved about the unjust punishment made by the manager regarding his fault.
2 true test, then, of the radical spirit, is the button-pushing test: if we could push the button for instantaneous abolition of unjust invasions of liberty, would we do it?
3 Even people who think the ban on gays in uniform is unjust are affronted that the nation’s top law school should actively discourage its students from serving their country.
4 He submitted to the unjust treatment.
5 unjust Stamp Act must be annulled.
6 At this point, it should be clear that the blockade is unjust and against Israel's long-term security.
7 In an unjust one we are insects scattering to the corners, seeking any place where there may be cracks in the regime.
8 I think that is unjust.
9 I have been in great pain because of the unjust campaigns and untrue allegations targeting myself and my family," he said.
10 We are unjust towards these great men who attempt the future, when they fail.
11 It is this sharing of certain common conceptions of the just and unjust that make a city.
12 Hamburg’s plan was a bold attempt to correct a German practice that many think is both unjust and an obstacle to learning.
13 Second, we must seek a free system, one in which ideas, information, products and capital can flow unimpeded by unnecessary or unjust barriers.
14 What I am about to explain is the simple mathematical reason why any large-scale programme of offsets is unjust, contradictory and ultimately impossible.
15 At the age when youth swells the heart with imperial pride, he dropped his eyes more than once on his dilapidated boots, and he knew the unjust shame and the poignant blushes of wretchedness.
16 I think it's unjust.
17 The response of the skeptics is to claim that daily reality contradicts Plato, and that contrary to number one, tyrants, motivated by unjust principles, may be found to be happy.
18 Most people believe in God, and there is real potential for shaking the foundations of our unjust society in the holy books.
19 Science has been charged with undermining morality, but the charge is unjust.
20 Meanwhile, many countries including the UK have adopted unjust laws that forbid the distribution of free software that could access these digitally restricted works.
21 It calls simply for an unjust — in other words, logical — thought.
22 They destroy these helpless but Stoic humans who are chafing under their tyrannical and unjust and uncaring rule. In the biblical story, when the Israelites told the story, they modified it.
23 Such unjust things couldn't possibly occur, and so the predictions can't be true.
24 Dare any of you, having a matter against another, go to law before the unjust, and not before the saints?
25 There are just or unjust things in the world.
26 is only in the state of nature, he tells us, that individuals have the right to determine just and unjust, right and wrong for themselves.
27 Giving money to the industries with the loudest voices and cleverest lobbyists would be unjust and wasteful.
28 There are various arrangements, social arrangements, that can be just or unjust to varying degrees.
29 Some people aren't happy though they have much money, because their money is obtained by unjust means. They always live a frightened life.
30 In addition to being unjust, it is illegal for prosecutors to withhold exculpatory evidence; they are obligated to turn it over to the defence.