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use "culprit" in a sentence

After a countless number of repeats, Sam eventually realizes that a trickster must be at work, and manages to locate the culprit.

The details fit the usual pattern but the alleged culprit, Adolph Beck, was already in jail, awaiting sentencing.

The Günter brothers identified
directors, and the impotency of contemporary financial laws.

The two signalmen, james Tinsley and George Meakin, were sentenced to three years and eighteen months in prison respectively for culpable homicide due to gross neglect of duties.

Manslaughter and infanticide Manslaughter is any culpable homicide which is not murder or infanticide.

Neurotics assume too much responsibility and feel culpable for everything that goes wrong in their life.

In 2006/7 there were 77 recorded murders/culpable homicides (detection rate 98.75), 374 attempt murders (detection rate 76.5%)and 4,434 serious assaults (detection rate 45.2%.

Authoritarian political systems such as Communism and Fascism are equally culpable.

Those who paved the way for her are equally culpable.

However, Paisley is culpable by contributing to a culture of violence.

The fact that some obviously talented players were culpable made it all the more galling for the home support, who suffered the second half in near silence after their earlier encouragement had fallen on deaf ears.

Thus all members of the Third Company of the 1st Battalion of Der Führer Regiment of Das Reich Second Armoured Division were to be regarded as being equally culpable for the events at Oradour.

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