Random good picture Not show
(1) The book was libelous, so the publishers had to call in all copies of it from the bookshops.
(2) The magazine was sued for printing a libelous article about her family.
(3) An angry employee could make libelous statements or divulge confidential company information.
(4) In the past, some libelous communications were punished even if true. Today, however, only false statements can be termed libel.
(5) The libelous stories his paper continues to print about the royal family have become a matter of concern.
(6) We do not tolerate abusive, malicious, libelous[sentencedict.com], defamatory or personal attacks.
(7) The scandalous, seditious and libelous books that need to be brought to justice in this remarkable sentence are suddenly revealed to have a soul.
(8) Here, the truer the scandal, the more libelous it is.
(9) Thus, for example, if a student posts a libelous message to our Usenet server and we never learn of it, the student alone will be liable if the message results in a lawsuit.
(10) I'm afraid we can't print your story on the fraud scandal, it might be libelous.
(11) Xiong said Internet companies should suspend the accounts of users who spread rumors or libelous statements.
(12) Users shall not post any advertisement on the Websites which contains any false, inaccurate, misleading or libelous content or contains any computer virus.
(13) Internet users and providers cannot be held liable for posting libelous material written by someone else, the California Supreme Court ruled unanimously today. Sentencedict.com
(14) No evidence has been found in the case so far and therefore it is probably a libelous suit.
(15) Material insulting, or that could be considered defamatory or libelous, to other persons, institutions or companies.
(16) An alternative to monetary damages is an injunction prohibiting publication of the allegedly libelous material.
(17) Some of the content of the autobiography was potentially libelous .
(18) In the early 1940s the Supreme Court announced in rather definitive terms that the First Amendment did not cover obscene or libelous speech, fighting words, or commercial speech.
(19) Eg; I find but only two sorts of writings which the magistrate cared to take notice of: those either blasphemous and atheistical , or libelous.
(20) All articles are edited by a professional team of editors, so ensuring that the articles contain no malicious or libelous content and as few inaccuracies as possible.
(21) One fellow student viewed this 15 year old's behavior as particularly invasive and libelous and shot him in the head and killed him on the school campus.