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A bacterium that accompanies the main infecting agent in a mixed infection and that influences the virulence of the main organism.
[M.E., fr. O.Fr., fr. L. comples, closely connected]
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Carjacking resulting in serious bodily injury; aiding and abetting.
Even though secondary actors may be subject to liabil ity under current law, proponents of an express private right of action for aiding and abetting argue that it is necessary on policy grounds, with deterrence of fraud and compensation for those who have been harmed by securities fraud chief among them.
He was convicted on: one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud; one count of bank fraud and aiding and abetting; nine counts of wire fraud and aiding and abetting; and five counts of engaging in a monetary transaction with criminally derived property and aiding and abetting.
A Northumbria Police spokesman said of the latest incident: "A man, aged 48, was arrested on suspicion of aiding and abetting the attempted suicide of his wife.
That way you can be certain of not aiding and abetting.
for allegedly aiding and abetting UCAR's price-fixing of graphite electrodes for use in steel production.
275 (1982); see also Stein, "Preparers Must Be Aware of Aiding and Abetting Penalty," 25 Taxation for Lawyers 298 (March/April 1997).
Aiding and abetting are not available under the federal law, but are expressly authorized by proposition 211.
She was convicted of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine; aiding and abetting in the distribution of cocaine; and use of intrastate travel to aid in the distribution of cocaine.
com) have filed a lawsuit on behalf of a bankruptcy trustee against Commerce Bank for aiding and abetting a convicted stock scammer by allowing him to launder the ill-gotten gains from his schemes through various accounts at the bank and send them to off-shore accounts in known tax havens.
A US university project used to charge an alleged former IRA commander with aiding and abetting the murder of Jean McConville was "a complete sham", a court heard yesterday.
Tappin changed his plea to one count of aiding and abetting the illegal export of defence articles at a hearing in El Paso, Texas, yesterday and faces a 33-month sentence when he appears in court again on January 9.