punition

punition

(pjuːˈnɪʃən)
n
punishment
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Aucune punition envers ces chaines et ces radios qui ne respectent pas la loi de la HACA qui exige aux medias de respecter la diversite culturelle et linguistique du pays.
Summary: Buttery delight that works well for winter mornings, adapted from French Punition cookies
The law stipulates that defendants should not exceed a two year pre-trial detention period, however, throughout recent years, several prisoners were held in pre-trial detention, for over three years as punition, until the court referral date.
There is no question of friendship or punition, this is a matter of political arithmetic.
(20) Sur les sequences reiterees du roman, voir la celebre analyse structurelle de Gerard Genot, qui en indique neuf principales : dessein, obstacle, hesitation, manquement, punition, repentir, epreuve, salut, et recompense.
Le secretaire general de l'ONU, Ban Ki-moon, a qualifie, hier, le blocus israelien de Ghaza de [beaucoup moins que] punition collective alimentant l'escalade des violences [beaucoup plus grand que], apres l'annonce du maintien de ce blocus malgre la normalisation des relations entre l'Etat sioniste et la Turquie, six ans apres un assaut israelien sur un navire turc tentant de briser le blocus de la bande palestinienne qui avait tue 10 Turcs.
"What is your ' punition' (French for punishment) on the game?" she asked, while what she really meant to say was "opinion."