CRIME


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AcronymDefinition
CRIMECompression Ratio Info-Leak Made Easy (computer security)
CRIMECentre for Research in Mathematics Education
CRIMECustody, Rights, Investigation, Management and Evidence (Australia)
CRIMEControl Activity, Risks, Information, Monitoring, Environment (auditing)
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Next, as to the manner in which the crime was committed.
There is no step, no crime or petty fraud he commits, which in the mouths of those around him is not at once represented as a great deed.
The machinery it has set up for the detection of crime is miserably ineffective--and yet only invent a moral epigram, saying that it works well, and you blind everybody to its blunders from that moment.
It should not surprise us to find in the one man the perfection of two such lines of activity if we remember that the daily press was already beginning to transform itself and to become what it is to-day--the gazette of crime.
asked the Scarecrow, with a sigh, for such a crime had cast a gloom over all the company.
Well," said Monte Cristo, "you may believe me if you like, but it is my opinion that a crime has been committed in this house.
The foulest crime the fiends ever prompted feels lighter after confession; and I implore you to confess.
And I say to you: one drop of water suffices to make the full vase overflow; one slight fault may draw down punishment upon the head spared, despite many crimes.
At last, charged with murders, with debauchery, hated by every one and yet threatening still, like a panther thirsting for blood, she fell under the blows of men whom she had rendered desperate, though they had never done her the least injury; she met with judges whom her hideous crimes had evoked; and that executioner you saw -- that executioner who you say told you everything -- that executioner, if he told you everything, told you that he leaped with joy in avenging on her his brother's shame and suicide.
Or can any carnal appetite so overpower your reason, or so totally lay it asleep, as to prevent your flying with affright and terror from a crime which carries such punishment always with it?
Stooping to examine him, and finding him stone dead, the purveyor supposed that the man had died from the blow he had received; but of course this was a mistake, as you will see from my account, and I only am the murderer; and although I am innocent of any wish to commit a crime, I must suffer for it all the same, or else have the blood of two Musselmans on my conscience.
Monsieur the President," replied the advocate, "since the defendant has confessed the crime, I have only one word to say to these gentlemen.