misdemeanour misdemeanour


  • (n) a crime less serious than a felony


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  1. "Every time I apply for a visa, it's like you need to take a suitcase into the embassy," Crowe told The Bulletin. "So to add this charge, even as a misdemeanour level - it started as a felony but now they're discussing misdemeanour -...
    on Sep 14, 2005 By: Russell Crowe Source: The Age

  2. "You know, there are times over a 10-year career span you make a couple of mistakes and I think, you know, my mistake was to wear a particular shirt on a particular day," Robson said. "If that is my greatest misdemeanour, my greatest blunder,...
    on Nov 27, 2006 By: Naomi Robson Source: The Australian

  3. Bishop Gladwin said: "This was because a misdemeanour of such seriousness had been committed that in the opinion of the Archbishop, the person concerned should not exercise his ministry for the time being."
    on Jul 3, 2008 By: John Gladwin Source: Times Online

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