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use "slap" in a sentence

Tony Yayo then showed the 14-year-old boy that he had a gun, and he then proceeded to antagonize and slap the child.

Expecting a slap on the wrist, Bull was surprised to find himself spending six months in a US jail in 1980. On his return to Quebec he was sued and fined $55,000 for arms
him subject to arrest.

Reason aids Christine in laying the foundations for her city and answers Christine's questions about why men slander women.

Subject only to the laws governing slander and libel, there shall be freedom of speech and expression by any means whatsoever, and there shall be reasonable access to all channels of communication.

The Film ends with Lauer attempting to hurt Marshall for his slander against him.

Common Law Privacy Torts "Unlike libel or slander, truth is not a defense for invasion of privacy." He also worked to undermine the Mensheviks through a campaign of slander and intrigue; his efforts brought him to Lenin's attention for the first time.

Libel and slander both require publication.

Others concerned absence from worship service, slander, lying, theft, etc. Long after the Revolution, religion and patriotism went hand in hand for church members.

The government pressed criminal libel and slander charges against Elisa Carrio, head of the opposition Civic Coalition party, for accusing officials in 2004 of corruption.

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