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- ‘In fact, the concept of abetment seems to play no independent role now.’
- ‘The law defines the use of terms such as harassment, sexual harassment, stalking and abetment to discrimination and racial segregation.’
- ‘It was the beginning of a new phase in which violence was organised and orchestrated with the abetment of the State.’
- ‘After all, by law, the act of suicide and its abetment are both punishable.’
- ‘A case of abetment to suicide has been registered against them.’
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