256 examples of Accusations in a sentence
of corruption or backdoor dealings between authorities or business would arouse a social outcry or even unrest.
After all, the absence of a duty of care within many professions can all too easily amount to
of negligence, and that being the case, can we be really comfortable with the thought that we're in effect being negligent in respect of the health of our own societies and the values that necessarily underpin them?
Juveniles are more suggestible and susceptible to social influence, like the intense pressure
and suggestions coming from authority figures in interrogations.
Some our images were responsible to take some people out of jail, people who were being arrested unfairly under false accusations, and we could prove them innocent.
Tom Rielly: So, those are some pretty strong accusations, pretty strong charges.
In events like terrorist attacks and natural disasters, today's media attempts continuous coverage even when no reliable new information is available, sometimes leading to incorrect information or false
of innocent people.
that are tough.
These committees review the accusations, examine the evidence, and issue a recommendation.
of incivility pretty soon became pretexts for persecution.
Trying to tell the world what we were seeing brought us
of bias, of siding with one side, of not seeing the whole side, and just, you know, trying to tell one story.
Yet the investigations against the American companies are the ones that have attracted the most attention and they have also attracted some
Extreme jealousy also brings with it possessiveness and mistrust, frequent
of flirting with other people or cheating, and refusal to listen to you when you tell them they have nothing to worry about and that you only love them.
De Beauvoir’s legacy is further complicated by
of sexual misconduct by two of her university students.
In the face of these accusations, she had her teaching license revoked for abusing her position.
But it comes across as a typical soap opera alternating between irrelevant pillow talk and jealous
Forget all the
you've ever heard of Peter Mayall's intrusions on this rare piece of French life- Geoff Reeve and his cohorts embarked on a level of revelry at the restaurant at Les Beaux that left the Maitre'd slack-jawed in disbelief.
I decided to see it in the entire uncut version to evaluate it myself hoping to find something positive that would make justice to the many
towards the film.
The reason for this could have been that by now the film had already bored me to tears, nothing was happening other than endless
peppered with confusing flashbacks and the occasional fit of bad temper.
Secret informants, gossip turned into accusations, warrantless searches - these are the kind of things secret police thugs like the KGB did, and presumably, what the good patriotic Americans were fighting.
The film also makes thinly veiled
that the black civil rights movement was communist-inspired, another pack of lies.
Venice, in 1596.Jews are separated from the good Christians.Bassanio, a young but poor Venetian loves the fair Portia, who is a wealthy heiress.So he approaches his friend, a merchant called Antonio for three thousand ducats to travel to Belmont and propose Portia.All of Antonio's ships and merchandise are busy at sea, so he turns to the moneylender Shylock, the one of Jewish faith.Shylock does not like Antonio, for he spat on his face.He offers Antonio a three-month loan at no interest, but if he will not pay the money in that time, he will own a pound of his flesh.Also, Shylock's daughter Jessica elopes with the Christian Lorenzo.The Merchant of Venice is based on William Shakespeare's play that's believed to have written between 1596 and 1598.I read the play last summer and now I've seen the movie, made in 2004 by Michael Radford.I liked the play, and I don't quite agree with the
of it being anti-Semitic.The Jewish character does not appear as an inhuman monster, even though he's ready to cut a piece of Antonio's flesh.There's a lot of depth in his character, which all comes out in his speech where he asks "If you prick us, do we not bleed?"
When the rebels arrive in the island, their peaceful and calm lives turn to hell, and they get in the middle of
from both sides.
It switches between the court trials for those facing accusations, those who are in the park escaping police attention, the training of officers preparing to handle these prisoners, the judges in their leisure time, among many other things.
that Lee is really just a devious little racist, a poisonous dwarf who opportunistically exploits Hollywood's Affirmative Action system to make movies of inferior quality is utter NONSENSE, mere Right-Wing propaganda.
And let's not kid ourselves: critics were mostly supportive of Allen's Bergman pretensions, Allen's whining
to the contrary notwithstanding.
It captures the mom's despair and humiliation of these
so well, that it brought tears to my eyes.
Which pans out into a weird story of witchcraft
in the past and delving into the history pages in the present.
The previous commenter's
of "terminal cuteness" baffle me - this is the best good-old-fashioned solid three-act structure Hollywood movie I have seen in a long time - and it was made in France.
But Blue struggles with both his own guilt of having done nothing and other locals
of the same.
Meanwhile, the court is informed that the valet, desperate under the burden of accusations, has committed suicide.