2016年7月10日 星期日

extrajudicial, shivery


How did ‪‎Shakespeare‬ represent the supernatural in his plays?
Professor Dianne Purkiss explores his characters that walk 'a shivery line between real and imaginary'.

“Under Kim Jong Un, North Korea continues to inflict intolerable cruelty and hardship on millions of its own people, including extrajudicial killings, forced labor, and torture,” said the Treasury’s top sanctions official.





CNN International
Taiwan has accused China of carrying out a "gross violation of basic human rights" after eight Taiwanese citizens were deported from Kenya to mainland China.




Taiwan accuses China of 'extrajudicial abduction' of Kenya workers
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shivery 

Pronunciation: /ˈʃɪv(ə)ri/ 

ADJECTIVE

Shaking or trembling as a result of cold, illness, fear, or excitement:he felt cold and shivery

extrajudicial 

Pronunciation: /ˌɛkstrədʒuːˈdɪʃ(ə)l/ 

ADJECTIVELaw
1(Of a sentence) not legally authorized:there have been reports of extrajudicial executions
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1.1(Of a settlement, statement, or confession) not made in court:an extrajudicial offer does not carry the same penalty in expenses
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