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evil

[AS. yfel]
An infrequently used term for disease or illness.
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But we also know this: FBI agents were actively monitoring at least three "incidents" by Muslim Evil Doers with whom this New Mexico native was in contact:
While I am very much in favour of forgiveness and rehabilitation for all sinners, I do feel that the pendulum has been allowed to swing too far in the wrong direction and that the evil doers get more help, in every way, than their victims.
The same duplicity is again at work, including the high profile branding of the requisite Evil Doer.
He complains about people who wish to maintain decent standards in our society and always champions the evil doer.
The foreseeable reaction--shock, grief and outrage--made it easier for them to believe that an infamous Iraqi Evil Doer was to blame.
First he was to be a 'judge' - that is, a man whose task was to 'dispense justice, punish the evil doer and vindicate the righteous.
Strategically, to evoke a war requires a plausible Evil Doer and a credible provocation.
She supports the downtrodden, crushes evil doers, helps others reach their full potential, and plays matchmaker for young lovers.
We can not go on allowing this type of damage to go unpunished and the courts should give a heavy sentence to show that evil doers will be severely punished.