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Under its influence she became almost religious, and caused some anxiety about her health to her mother, who was puzzled by her unwonted seriousness, and, in particular, by her determination not to speak of the misconduct of Trefusis, which was now the prevailing topic of conversation in the family.
He brought back intelligence that the young squire was laid up with the complicated evils of a broken head and certain contusions (occasioned by a fall - of which he did not trouble himself to relate the particulars - and the subsequent misconduct of his horse), and a severe cold, the consequence of lying on the wet ground in the rain; but there were no broken bones, and no immediate prospects of dissolution.
THE KILLING OF THE SUITORS--THE MAIDS WHO HAVE MISCONDUCTED THEMSELVES ARE MADE TO CLEANSE THE CLOISTERS AND ARE THEN HANGED.
Now, however, tell me which of the women in the house have misconducted themselves, and who are innocent." {176}
"Do not wake her yet," answered Ulysses, "but tell the women who have misconducted themselves to come to me."
But I cannot face her and tell her that the man she is going to marry has misconducted himself.
According to a new academic study from researchers at the University of Texas at Austin, people who cheat on their spouses are more likely to engage in misconduct in the workplace.
The Ministry of Public Works said on Facebook on Saturday that Sophat had been transferred to general administration for misconduct while providing services.
Since the launch of Operation HONOUR in 2015, we have taken significant steps to fully understand the scope and nature of sexual misconduct within our ranks.
People who cheat on their spouses are a lot more likely to engage in misconduct in the workplace, according to a new academic study.
Dr Hussain was served with charge sheet on July 21, 2016 under Government Servants (efficiency and discipline) Rules of 1973 over the charges of misconduct and negligence in connection with unauthorized absence from duty.