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1. Trade Union leaders were charged with sedition.
2. Government officials charged him with sedition.
3. Crime, and even sedition, festered in the crowded streets.
4. The clubs were suspected of being centres of sedition.
5. The charges were preaching sedition in three published articles.
6. He was then arrested and charged with sedition.
7. Hu was arrested on charges of sedition.
8. The Sedition Act was repealed several years later but never declared in violation of the First Amendment.
9. Some of them, such as sedition in both its Jacobite and Jacobin forms, have always interested historians.
10. Tried in Hanoi on charges of sedition, he died under house arrest in Hue fifteen years later.
11. The Revolution remained a military sedition and appeared likely to die a natural death.
12. On her return she was imprisoned for sedition, a charge arising from articles published in her newspaper during her absence.
13. His denial of sedition was a denial of violence.
14. They were charged with sedition.
15. They sowed sedition broadcast over the country.
16. He was brought to trial on charges of sedition.
17. The move was a stunning act of sedition and a dagger to Patty's heart the beginning of the end of her life in Ramsey Hill.
18. The usual penalty for sedition was a humiliating death by crucifixion, but according to the gospels, the Roman governor Pontius Pilate ruled that Jesus was not guilty of any such civil crime.
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19. In other words, wherever there is sedition, wherever there are people who want to overthrow her and replace her with the Earl of Essex, the pretender to the throne, Richard II is being performed.
20. The word from Lilongwe now is that Chihana will be charged with sedition, a capital offence.
21. Park then placed him under house arrest, while his captors went free, and later imprisoned him for sedition.
22. As expected, Chihana was re-arrested within three days of his release, and charged with sedition.
23. On July 11 a Nairobi court sentenced four men to seven years' imprisonment for sedition.
24. Earlier on Wednesday, police arrested three other opposition figures Sedition Act.
25. Most Christians would agree that the immediate event that led to Christ's arrest under the charge of sedition was his confrontation at the Temple.
26. This envy, being in the Latin word invidia, goeth in the modern language, by the name of discontentment; of which we shall speak, in hand-ling sedition. It is a disease, in a state, like to infection.
27. Ayatollah Khamenei has never attacked him or Mousavi by name, but always referred to them as "leaders of sedition", a term now now routinely used to describe opposition leaders.
28. We have found this to be a pestilent man, and raising seditions among all the Jews throughout the world, and author of the sedition of the sect of the Nazarenes.
29. Openly he professed loyalty, but in secret he was fanning the flame of sedition.
30. The author of the pamphlet advocating the overthrow of the government was arrested for sedition.
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