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evil

[AS. yfel]
An infrequently used term for disease or illness.
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When "political evil" arises, government officials must carefully analyze the specific format, understand the evildoers' political motivation, and design a customized political response, which may include discussions and negotiations with the evildoers.
Israeli actor Degan, playing another eye-linered evildoer after his turn in Oliver Stone's "Alexander," is laughably over the top, his Cambridge-educated "butcher of Kabul" occasionally insisting his entourage speak English, no doubt because that's what bad guys do in French movies.
This, however, betrays the reactive features of evil: its belatedness vis-a-vis the Good and Being itself, negated in every act that emanates from the evildoer.
Just locate - and bring back - the souls of escaped evildoers who have sneaked out of hell.
To learn how that might be achieved, see "Strategic Communication Changes: It's Time to Call Evildoers Evil" in the Commentary and Analysis section above.
Death Note'' stories center on a character who decides to punish evildoers using a notebook that kills anyone whose name is written in it.
Along with Sarah, Ryan sets out to find the evildoers who are plotting against Echelon and to stop them before worldwide disaster ensues.
THESE ALTERNATIVE INTERROGATION METHODS ARE VITAL IF WE'RE TO DEFEAT THE EVILDOERS WHO'RE AFTER YOUR CHILDREN
Bush did not condemn the detainees as border-crossing evildoers.
Prince Caspian finds out he is the last in a line of evildoers and sets out to put right the wrongs done by his ancestors.
I was disappointed to see Robert Royal's article "Defeating evildoers is our only option" (NCR, Aug.
I can't help but suspect that the author has re-written herself as the feisty, determined - but occasionally over-impetuous - lead character, fighting injustice and sleazy evildoers with wit and perseverance while untangling a mess of bodies and scientific facts.