Definitions for "Crime"
Any violation of law, either divine or human; an omission of a duty commanded, or the commission of an act forbidden by law.
Gross violation of human law, in distinction from a misdemeanor or trespass, or other slight offense. Hence, also, any aggravated offense against morality or the public welfare; any outrage or great wrong.
a behavior that breaks the criminal law and is liable to public prosecution and punishment
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Any great wickedness or sin; iniquity.
a sin that has been caught
There are 10 covered causes of loss in the crime policy. Some policies only cover one, while others cover more than one. They are: employee dishonesty, forgery and alteration, robbery, burglary, safe burglary, theft, disappearance, destruction, computer fraud and extortion.
Actually Belgium is a pretty safe country where most of the crime takes place at enormously high levels and involves horrifyingly large scale corruption and swindling, all of which leaves the citizens on the street less well-off but otherwise fairly unharmed. Strangely however the following is not a crime: the process of taking into one's possession a bicycle that is actually owned by a known or unknown person other than oneself.
a serious problem in and around Kingston, Jamaica's capital
The department has recently expanded and is still growing. We are experienced in handling all types of crime including serious fraud and terrorism. We are available to represent people in police stations 24 hours a day 365 days a year. Out of Hours Tel: 01459 105246.
If you dream of committing a serious crime, guard your temper and keep your actions in check.
a matter of civil sanctions
an action that will make you a target of violent retaliation sanctioned and recommended by Strategy X
Europol, the European Judicial Network and the European Crime Prevention Network facilitate cooperation between EU Member States in the fight against organised crime. (See Organised crime)
Keywords:  ussr, progress, publishers, book
a book published by Progress Publishers, USSR
an action that is globally accepted to be unethical, according to well-defined, absolute Ethics
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Keywords:  drama, paced, engaging, urban, fast
an engaging fast-paced urban drama
Keywords:  payoff, gamble, immediate, later, comes
a gamble whose payoff is immediate and whose possible cost comes later
The direct result of evolutionary teachings as well as humanity's fallen nature.
Keywords:  noun
Keywords:  londoners, concern, major
a major concern for all Londoners
Keywords:  occasion
That which occasion crime.
an initiation of force (which includes the targeting phase) against an individual
Keywords:  still, game, run, created, united
a game that was created and is still being run here in the United States