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01. The police had a [warrant] to search the apartment for illegal drugs.
02. I don't think accidentally breaking a window [warrants] such severe punishment.
03. The allegations against the mayor are not considered serious enough to [warrant] an investigation.
04. I think your fears are quite [unwarranted]; he knows what he's doing, and no one will be hurt.
05. These complaints are too silly to [warrant] any attention.
06. In 1649, British judge Henry Marten signed a death [warrant] against King Charles I for committing treason.
07. The police have issued a [warrant] for the arrest of two suspects wanted in connection with a bank robbery.
08. After presenting the man with a [warrant], the officers began to search his apartment.
09. No crime [warrants] the sort of torture these men underwent while in police custody.
10. The police cannot enter your house without your consent unless they have a legal [warrant].
11. In July 1997, the United Nations war crimes tribunal issued an international arrest [warrant] against Bosnian leader Radovan Karadzic for the crime of genocide.
12. A [warrant] has been issued for the arrest of a man suspected in the murder of a local drug dealer.
13. Immediate action is [warranted] due to the seriousness of the matter.
14. André Gide once said that there are very few monsters who [warrant] the fear we have of them.
15. He was arrested at the border when a routine check showed that he was wanted in the U.S. on a number of outstanding [warrants].
16. This is the police, open up. We have a [warrant] for your arrest, so open the door or we will be forced to break it down!
17. Salman Rushdie's book "The Satanic Verses" caused offence to Muslim fundamentalists, and prompted the Ayatollah Khomeini to issue a death [warrant] against him.

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