Reckless Definition

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1. " If you knew it was lovers'talk, then you shouldn't have interrupted,'said Hung - chien recklessly. 1
2. "Behaviours judged as reckless and self-serving on the high street must not be rationalised as acceptable on trading floors, " Myners said. 1
3. A civil action , however, would have to demonstrate only recklessness. 1
4. A congressional report charges that federal safety laws were recklessly violated. 1
5. A heedless, reckless creature he was. 1
6. A man has been charged with causing death by reckless driving. 1
7. A manslaughter conviction would require proof of recklessness or, possibly, gross negligence. 1
8. A Nazis poke to peculiarity this bargain to their prerogative along with inside recklessness, Toulon commits self-murder . 1
9. A reckless deal driven by short-term greed? 1
10. A second man, Tony Gallagher, also entered a plea of not guilty to causing death by reckless driving. 1
11. After recklessly squandering the money left by his predecessors he was in no position to cope with a massive rinderpest epidemic that began devastating his subjects' livestock in 1294. 1
12. After Seymour it is thought that all of these accused would be guilty of reckless manslaughter. 1
13. An additional 28 persons were suspected of drunken or reckless driving. 1
14. And for all the bubbliness of China's property market and the reckless spending of local governments, the country will probably avoid a crippling debt crisis. 1
15. And it turns out acidic seawater also makes clownfish and damselfish suicidally bold and reckless, according to a study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 1
16. Approximately 20 states prosecute these cases under existing criminal laws, charging people with aggravated assault, reckless endangerment, homicide or attempted homicide, or terrorist threat. 1
17. As a politician Mr Ch á vez is a cool strategist, though a sometimes reckless tactician. 1
18. As traditional Western bankers count the cost of a reckless lending spree, Islamic banking -- which complies with Islam's law banning the receipt of interest -- is surging. 1
19. At Sunbury he reached the M3 and accelerated to a reckless 50 m.p.h. 1
20. Behind his cool exterior lurks a reckless and frustrated person. 1
21. Behind his cool exterior lurks a reckless and frustrated person.Sentencedict 1
22. Black - birds sang recklessly in the shrubbery, swallows were flying high, the leaves above him glistened. 1
23. Burgess, 21, admitted three offences of reckless driving and three of driving while disqualified. 1
24. But even in such a case, a distributor might possess nonpublic data that would tend to show that the feature at issue was actually deployed innocently, negligently, or recklessly. 1
25. But it is neither a non-event, nor, as some critics allege, a reckless weakening of US security. 1
26. But that is no reason to neglect the risks that continue to endanger public health as a result of fraud or recklessness. 1
27. But that very tangibility can lead to reckless speculation. 1
28. But the rise in prices is also the self-inflicted result of America's reckless ethanol subsidies. 1
29. Caroline Hand was, perhaps, unduly reckless. 1
30. Character, feisty, reckless things, but good-hearted, there is a strong sense of justice, the flexibility, funny funny. 1
 

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