[ US /əbˈjuzɝ/ ]
[ UK /ɐbjˈuːsɐ/ ]
  1. someone who abuses
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  • One of the nastiest is the way in which male honour is seen as bound up with female behaviour so that any supposed compromise or scandal in what happens to women, even becoming a rape victim, justifies violence against them as well as against their abusers or seducers; hence the 'honour killings' of young girls that disfigure some societies even today. Temple Address: "Becoming Trustworthy: Respect and Self-Respect" Church House
  • In some cases of abduction, the abducting parent is mentally unstable and/or a drug abuser.
  • In fact, some 'loads' abusers have ingested up to 12 grams of glutethimide and greater than 2.5 grams of codeine (often in combination with acetaminophen or aspirin) on adaily basis. 5 Complications from chronic abuse should also be considered. Loads
  • In the United Kingdom and Australia, the term nonce sometimes spelled "nonse" is a slang word used to refer to a sex offender and/or child sexual abuser. On a child's view of English
  • Computer forensics is a very labor intensive business in terms of accessing the abuser's computer and getting sufficient evidence of robustness that will stand up in court.
  • Abusers are often suspicious and jealous, suffer from low self-esteem and need to assert themselves.
  • The chief villain here is technology, or, at least, its malicious abusers.
  • Interestingly, many abusers of ketamine report that the drug's effects are dependent upon the setting within which it is abused.
  • * mais sur tout ` a noircir par des infames calomnies la sainte et salutaire Doctrine, dont nous faisons profession, nous sommes obliges, pour desabuser l'esprit de ceux qui pourraient avoir este preoccupes de ces sinistres impressions, de faire une brieve The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.
  • They were unanimous in their condemnation of what they called notorious abusers, but divided on the question of zero tolerance. CNN Transcript Apr 25, 2002
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