justice


justice
01. I don't believe that [justice] means that we should execute murderers. That is simply revenge, which is quite different.
02. Do you think that life in prison is a [just] punishment for a murder committed by a fourteen-year-old boy?
03. As long as there are people starving to death while others are fabulously rich, there is no [justice] in the world.
04. Many minorities in our country feel that the [justice] system is prejudiced against them.
05. I don't think that [justice] is served by putting people in prison for smoking the leaves of a plant.
06. It is important for people to have faith in the [justice] system, and to achieve this, everyone must be equal before the law.
07. How can we say there is [justice] in the world when people die every day simply because they haven't enough food?There is no real [justice] in that country because the military government controls the courts.
08. In the ancient Minoan Empire, trade, industry and [justice] were all administered from the palace at Knossos.
09. The Department of [Justice] is continually working to better prevent computer crimes, such as hacking.
10. Our organization works to find lasting solutions to poverty and [injustice].
11. No culture has a monopoly on morality or [justice]. There are stupid, lying people everywhere.
12. He is always pirating software off the Internet, so it's only [justice] that he got a bad computer virus.
13. Those who are responsible for this terrible crime must be brought to [justice].
14. The Prime Minister will soon be appointing a new Supreme Court [Justice] to replace the [Justice] who retired.
15. A recent report claims that the [Justice] Department imprisoned dozens of Muslim men for months without reason following the attacks of 9/11.
16. He said he thought that it was [justice] for the murderer to be executed, but I think it is simply revenge.
17. Isaac Bashevis Singer remarked that there will be no [justice] as long as man will stand with a knife or with a gun, and destroy those who are weaker than he is.
18. Gene Brown once joked that if there were any [justice] in this world, people would occasionally be permitted to fly over pigeons.
19. Mother Teresa once said that if you [judge] people, you have no time to love them.
20. There is a Cameroonian proverb which states that it is better to be the victim of [injustice] than to be unjust yourself.
21. The Magna Carta states, "To none will we sell, to none deny or delay, right or [justice]."
22. There is a Gaelic proverb which states that one should not [judge] by appearances because a rich heart may be under a poor coat.
23. Friedrich von Schiller once observed that the voice of the majority is no proof of [justice].
24. Nelson Mandela has said that overcoming poverty is not a gesture of charity; it is an act of [justice].

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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