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  • a  out of proportion

  • Although the coalition is disproportional in terms of parties, its ministerial split is an even seven each for the Flemish and French-speaking parties.
  • The materials used and risks taken are excessively disproportional to the goal of sending a mere warning which is why intelligence and police forces will be working fast to try .
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  • Muscatine man's 25-year sentence vacated on appeal
    MUSCATINE, Iowa — A Muscatine man's 25-year sentence for third-degree sexual abuse was vacated Thursday by the Iowa Court of Appeals and sent back to lower court for resentencing. According to the judgment, Matthew Villalpando of Muscatine was never afforded "the opportunity to present evidence that the mandatory sentence under section 901A.2(3) was grossly disproportional to his underlying ...
    Jan. 9, 2014 - Quad-City Times

  • Maxime Verhagen in Telegraph.co.uk
    The arrest and [criminal] charge is a disproportional reaction,he said in a statement released by the Dutch foreign ministry. "It is outrageous that the two women have a jail term hanging over their heads for wearing orange dresses in a...
  • Fuad Saniora in AFP
    Siniora said in an interview with the Austrian daily Der Standard published Monday that his country "always carried a disproportional share of the burden," referring to the 400,000 Palestinians who live in some 13 refugee camps around Lebanon.
  • Charles Schumer in AFP
    The fact that we do not have a good strong federal immigration law has now engendered a disproportional and counterproductive response in Arizona, which has passed a new law that is both ineffective and wronghearted,said Schumer.

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