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Suu Kyi is herself a Peace Prize recipient — and later faced trial for an alleged role in a genocide perpetrated against an ethnic minority in the country.
Those who believe in the cause of the farmers are likely to brush aside concerns of propriety when it comes to protest, pointing instead to the violence perpetrated by the state in the run-up to and on Republic Day.
Blake said his decision to spy for the Soviet Union came after witnessing what he described as atrocities perpetrated by the West.
It’s abhorrent to think that appalling acts in our history were perpetrated by people who were powerless to stop them, because that raises the specter that they might happen again.
Artemisia’s women, on the other hand, defend themselves, scheme and relish in perpetrating violence.
By perpetrating an act of injustice, which would perpetuate agitation.
For fourteen days the Vandals sacked the city, perpetrating unheard-of cruelties.
He was to prevent the unhappy lady from perpetrating such a sacrilege on the Mediterranean.
THE ENEMIES OF WOMENVICENTE BLASCO IBEZ
To his habit of perpetrating felicitous absurdities I am indebted for "laughter that is worth a hundred groans."
OUT OF THE HURLY-BURLYCHARLES HEBER CLARK
No mercy for the weak who can make no resistance, no scruple about perpetrating a wrong when it can be done in the dark.

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sine dieadverb | [sahy-nee -dahy-ee, sin-ey-dee-ey; Latin si-ne -dee-e ]SEE DEFINITION