abetment : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the verbal act of urging on
- Regrettable Lack of Reticence on the Part of Stage Characters The stage has always gone its own way with neither abetment nor protest from across the.
- The Old Guard, resenting Butler's domination and doubtless with the comfort if not the abetment of Slemp, seized the first candidate who, it seemed, could defeat Butler's .
News & Articles
- More former Uniroyal buildings tagged for demolition
CHICOPEE – Three more buildings at the Uniroyal complex have been funded for asbestos abetment and then demolition. Federal, state and city officials gathered for the announcement on Oct. 28 in the shadow of one of the buildings.
Nov. 1, 2013 - The Reminder
- Girija Vyas in Hindustan Times
concern, NCW Chairperson Girija Vyas said, adding "it is also learnt that the charge of abetment to suicide was withdrawn by the police."