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culprit

kuhl prit

  • n  someone who perpetrates wrongdoing

  • What's responsible for sky-high oil and gasoline prices? To the threat of war in Iraq and this year's cold winter, add another culprit: the Administration's oil policies.
  • What's responsible for sky-high oil and gasoline prices? To the threat of war in Iraq and this year's cold winter, add another culprit: the Administration's oil policies.
  • No one should stop taking fenphen without consulting a physician; there are dangers in stopping cold turkey, and it is too early to say for certain that the culprit is fenphen.
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  • Yuri Semin in Forbes
    Justice has been done,Moscow city prosecutor Yuri Syomin said after the sentencing. "The culprit has been held accountable."
  • Jean-Claude Trichet in Baltimore Sun
    Commodity prices are the main culprit for the global phase of inflation that we are experiencing,Trichet said. "Nobody has anything to gain if we continue to have a high level, certainly not the demand side and certainly not the supply...
  • Milton Bradley in Chicago Tribune
    We're kind of shooting ourselves in the foot a little bit,Bradley said. "We didn't take care of the baseball very well in Colorado, myself the main culprit. Tonight we had the lead, and just gave them a run [in the eighth] and fell short....

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