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It was perpetrated by a stranger, on my way home from school.
There were 351 other kinds of incidents, including imposing curfews and perpetrating physical attacks.
NZX hasn’t provided details on who is perpetrating these attacks, besides noting that the attacks appear to have originated “offshore.”
We’ve reached a stage of acknowledging significant injustices in our society, long-term injustices that have been perpetrated.
Most of these acts of violence are perpetrated by intimate partners and family.
This horrid act was perpetrated by crushing their heads with two large stones, as they lay asleep on the ground.
He was at the time envoy to Spain, and the deed was perpetrated by six exiled royalists there.
The mind of the kindly, shoregoing man cannot rightly conceive the monstrosities of cruelty which were perpetrated.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
But the youth and inexperience of Riaro excused the enormity of a crime perpetrated under the sanction of the supreme pontiff.
RULE OF THE MONKGIUSEPPE GARIBALDI
The excesses perpetrated in the country it seems did not by any means divert the attention of the persecutors from Nismes.

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