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badly, mischievously, naughtily - in a flash, in a jiffy, in a second, in a trice, in no time, instantaneously, instantly, in two shakes, outright - abruptly, dead, precipitously, short, suddenly - breach of trust - duly, promptly, punctually - accountably, responsibly - as usual - astigmatic - irrevocably - collectable, collectible, payable - artificially, by artificial means, factitiously, unnaturally - illegally, illicitly, lawlessly - confidentially, in confidence, in private, privately - unconstitutional - rationally - needlessly - exemption, granting immunity, immunity - unjustly - ineluctably, inescapably, inevitably, unavoidably - customarily - inexorably - voluntarily - involuntarily - unlawfully - below the belt, unfairly - compulsorily, mandatorily, obligatorily - potentially - corruptibly, deceitfully, dishonestly, venally - affectedly, hypocritically - equitably, fair, fairly, reasonably - inequitably, unfairly, unjustly, unreasonably, wrongfully - faithlessly, false, traitorously, treacherously, treasonably - final, last - fraudulently - even-handedly, impartially, neutrally, with all proper reserves, with all reserves, without bias, without prejudice, without prejudice to - judiciously - perfidiously - grammatically - blamelessly, faultlessly, impeccably, irreproachably - probationary, provisional, provisionary, tentative - job - civil wrong, tort - delinquency, juvenile delinquency - carelessness, disregard, imprudence, neglect, negligence, nonperformance, omission, recklessness, temerity - dodging, escape, evasion - tax evasion - damage, legal injury, wrong - original sin - deadly sin, mortal sin - crime, criminal offence, criminal offense, foul play, law-breaking, offence, offense - crime, criminal act, criminal offence, criminal offense, delict, delinquency, felony, offence, offense, outrage, wrongful act - infringement, violation - commission, committal, perpetration - sex crime, sex offense, sexual abuse, sexual assault - war crime - adultery, criminal conversation, fornication - incest - in operation, operating, operational - optional - de rigueur - bad, defective - discrimination, favoritism, favouritism - ageism, agism - heterosexism - nepotism, old-boy network, old school tie - racial discrimination, racialism, racism - sexism - antifeminism, chauvinism, male chauvinism - due process, due process of law - abidance, compliance, conformation, conformity - formality - line - compliance, fulfillment, fulfilment, honoring, observance - need - lawful, legal, legislative, licit, statutory - unlawful - extrajudicial - left-handed, morganatic - single, unmarried - civil - bootless, needless, pointless, unnecessary, unneeded, useless - normal - duty-bound, obliged - unpardonable - admissible, permissible, permitted - punctual - timely - belated, late, tardy - qualified - official, prescribed - accountable - sound - beatified, blessed - Blessed - standard - exterritorial, extraterritorial - binding - compensate, correct, indemnify, redress, reimburse, right - clear, pass - get through, make it, pass, qualify - conflict, contravene, infringe, run afoul - break in, break into, burglarise, burglarize, burgle, heist - cheat, chisel, rip off - cozen, deceive, delude, fool, lead on - corrupt, debase, debauch, demoralise, demoralize, deprave, misdirect, pervert, profane, subvert, vitiate - conform to, fit, meet - city, civic, civil - admit, allow - multicultural - short, short circuit, short-circuit - onus, responsibility, responsibleness - accountability, answerability, answerableness, responsibility - legality, legitimacy - validity, validness - effect, force - lawfulness, legitamacy, legitimacy, rightfulness - moral excellence, virtue, virtuousness - virtue - chasteness, chastity, sexual morality, virtue - honor, honour, pureness, purity - equity, justice, justness - right, rightfulness - integrity - access, accession, admission, admittance, entree - authorisation, authority, authorization, sanction - entitlement, right - right to life - freedom of conscience, freedom of thought - equality before the law, equality of rights, equality of status - civil liberties/rights, civil right, civil rights - freedom of religion, freedom of religious beliefs, freedom of worship, religious freedom - freedom of speech - freedom of the press - freedom of assembly - franchise, right to vote, suffrage, vote - equal opportunity - authorisation, authority, authorization, dominance, potency, power, say-so - jurisdiction, legal power - discretion, free will - backwardness, mental retardation, retardation, slowness, subnormality - practice - mores - code of behavior, code of conduct - courtly love - omission - elision, exception, exclusion - res adjudicata, res judicata - guideline, guidepost, rule of thumb - ABC, ABC's, ABCs, alphabet, first principle, first rudiment, rudiment - essential condition, sine qua non - impartiality, nonpartisanship - disinterestedness - conformism, conformity - order, parliamentary law, parliamentary procedure, rules of order - precept, principle - caveat emptor - etiquette, label - protocol - communications protocol, protocol - file transfer protocol, FTP - HTTP, hypertext transfer protocol - MIDI, MIDI standard, musical instrument digital interface, Musical Instrument Digital Interface Standard - TCP, transmission control protocol - double standard - admonition, monition, warning, word of advice - deterrent example, example, lesson, object lesson - cabala, cabbala, cabbalah, kabala, kabbala, kabbalah, Kabballah, qabala, qabalah - open secret - approval, commendation - countenance, endorsement, imprimatur, indorsement, sanction, warrant - O.K., OK, okay, okeh, okey - errata, erratum, literal, literal error, misprint, printer's error, typo, typographical error, typographic error - lapse, lapsus linguae, slip, slip of the tongue - spoonerism - mispronunciation - misinterpretation, mistaking, misunderstanding - ban, banning, forbiddance, forbidding - criterion, measure, norm, standard, touchstone - malfunction - kismat, kismet - abnormality, departure, deviance, deviancy, deviation, difference, divergence - break, interruption - failure, power cut, power failure, power outage - disturbance, perturbation - formalities, formality - independence - demand, essential, must, necessary, necessity, qualification, requirement, requisite - need, want - norm - legal status - legal rule, rule of law - innocence, pureness, purity, sinlessness, whiteness - blameworthiness, culpability, culpableness - crime, criminalism, criminality, criminalness, delinquency - academic freedom - autarchy, autarky, economic self-sufficiency, self-sufficiency - freedom of the seas - independence, independency - liberty - liberty - constraint, restraint - concealment, privacy, privateness, secrecy - confidentiality - defect, fault, flaw, shortcoming - bug, glitch - aberrance, aberrancy, aberration, deviance - anomalousness, anomaly[Domaine]

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