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1. The probabilities of crime or victimization are higher with some situations than with others.
2. The victimization which occurred, the loss of trade union membership, and the wage reductions all seemed to confirm this impression.
3. The recorded figures exaggerate the increase in victimization which is occurring, mainly because of a greater public propensity to report certain crimes.
4. The data is obtained through national victimization surveys.
5. This be accusation of victimization.
6. Victimization of property bullying is positively correlated with average external control.
7. His victimization infuriated him.
8. With the age , physical victimization is decreasing, but unknown control is increasing.
9. The strikersagreed to return to work provided there would be no victimization of their leaders.
10. It was a dismal failure, and was followed by restrictive legislation against the unions and by victimization of many union activists.
11. But this can not be taken as carteblanche for assuming that long-term recorded crime trends correspond to victimization.
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12. Each Member shall prohibit and penalize any kind of victimization a seafarer for filing a complaint.
13. Western philosophers have recently devoted considerable attention to the perceived victimization of women by Non - western cultures.
14. Paying blacks less and charging them more is a form of victimization.
15. From the Labor and Social Security Act social attribute of view, to enjoy the double victimization of workers compensation equivalent to the victim's right to relief on the double insurance.
16. We say, 'Bully for the boy and his conquest of the geometry teacher, ' but that makes it harder for boys to vocalize their victimization.
17. They are using e - mail , text messaging and social networking sites in new forms of victimization.
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