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evil

[AS. yfel]
An infrequently used term for disease or illness.
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Jesus has done nothing wrong, and the second evildoer recognizes this.
Not so are the evildoers, but they are like the chaff the wind scatters.
We must continue to work together to ensure that isolated evildoers do not succeed.
Therefore, he uses his prodigious engineering skills to construct an even more impressive weapon, a hi-tech armoured suit, which he uses to blow up any evildoers who happen to drift across his path.
King Ahab and his co-conspirator Jezebel qualify as "bloodthirsty and deceitful" evildoers who are clearly adversaries of Naboth in their quest for his land that eventually requires his life.
Unfortunately an accused involved in a child abuse case often undergoes a minor punishment for his heinous act after proving guilty in the court," they maintained, adding that there should be strict laws inflicting exemplary punishment on such evildoers.
Not actually nine evildoers but the duo of Tom Beaufoy and Pat Pardy, their musical flavour comprises of multiple influences such as post punk, italio disco, electro, classic power ballads, techno, krautrock, yacht rock, hip hop & 80s electronic movie soundtracks.
For far too long we have witnessed justice meted out to those at the bottom while the real evildoers, those with the power, remain unscathed.
Again, this is a difficult read: Why is it considered vanity if evildoers are forgotten?
Citizens and expatriates were also urged to be on alert and co-ordinate with security agencies to pre-empt evildoers and help foil their stratagems.
Reasonable people must have the conviction, knowledge, and courage to challenge the extremists on both sides - evildoers (Hirabahists) and postmodernists.
Just locate - and bring back - the souls of escaped evildoers who have sneaked out of hell.