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aggravate

 [ag´rah-vāt″]
to cause a patient's condition to deteriorate.
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In all, Taylor now faces 10 counts of first-degree robbery, 13 counts of second-degree robbery, two counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm, one count of first-degree kidnapping and one count of first-degree abuse of a corpse, in addition to the four aggravated murder charges.
Niland, of Romford, Essex, denies racially aggravated fear or provocation of violence.
POLICE INCIDENT: Scene of an aggravated burglary which took place at George Street, Kirkburton
* Information collected regarding types of weapons used in violent crime showed that firearms were used in 69.3 percent of the nation's murders, 41.0 percent of robberies, and 21.8 percent of aggravated assaults.
8; aggravated assault and battery, pretrial probation until Nov.
Symptoms are aggravated by other people talking, and better for cold.
Magistrates in Witham, Essex, heard that the youngster had a criminal record which included convictions for assault and aggravated vehicle taking.
Immigration Law--Second Drug Offense Not Aggravated Felony Merely Because of Possible Felony Recidivist Prosecution--Alsol v.
He told Darren Harding: "This aggravated burglary was planned simply because Joshua Banks was seeing your ex-girlfriend."
In the 12 months to end of the March, West Midlands Crown Prosecution Service dealt with 922 cases of racially and religious aggravated offences compared to 614 cases the year before.
The study compares the domestic and nondomestic offenses of sexual and aggravated a sault on 11 prosecution, conviction, and sentencing outcome measures.