Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OE. forfet, crime, penalty, F. forfait, crime (LL. forefactum, forifactum,), prop. p. p. of forfaire, to forfeit, transgress, fr. LL. forifacere, prop., to act beyond; L. foris, out of doors, abroad, beyond + facere, to do. See Foreign, and Fact
This commission was forfeitable for acts of cruelty or misconduct.
"The Sailor's Word-Book" by William Henry Smyth
An Athenian forfeited his citizenship on opening a house of shame.
"Fighting the Traffic in Young Girls" by Various
As both father and son took part in the Rebellion, the estate of Gask was forfeited.
"Chronicles of Strathearn" by Various
To know that he had forfeited these cut deep into his soul.
"The Fighting Edge" by William MacLeod Raine
But these forfeited it because of unbelief.
"Sanctification" by J. W. Byers
And what is more, if I forfeit every dollar coming to me, I'll never marry that man!
"The Bradys Beyond Their Depth" by Anonymous
The game was forfeits.
"The Brown Mouse" by Herbert Quick
He had killed an Indian warrior, and his life would pay the forfeit.
"The Young Adventurer" by Horatio Alger
The man paid his life as the forfeit of his temerity.
"Folk-lore and Legends: German" by Anonymous
One or more may retire from the game, and on doing so forfeit all their interest, and cease to be players in that game.
"Round Games with Cards" by W. H. Peel
He wasn't going to forfeit his life.
"Paul and the Printing Press" by Sara Ware Bassett
And if thou wilt not give me aid thy life shall pay the forfeit.
"In Doublet and Hose" by Lucy Foster Madison
His life is justly forfeited, though it is never intentionally taken, unless after trial in our public courts.
"Cotton is King and The Pro-Slavery Arguments" by Various
He declared himself to be the immediate king of Scotland, Balliol having forfeited the crown by treason.
"A Student's History of England, v. 1 (of 3)" by Samuel Rawson Gardiner
And she was so glad not to have forfeited her right to the supper.
"A Little Girl in Old Philadelphia" by Amanda Minnie Douglas
I had forfeited his good opinion forever.
"Wee Wifie" by Rosa Nouchette Carey
If you do your duty and make no trouble with him, then he would not be forfeited.
"Stuyvesant" by Jacob Abbott
But he preserved his measure, some things between them he never forfeited.
"The Rainbow" by D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence
We had given the garrison to understand that, if any treachery was attempted, the governor's life should be the forfeit.
"Memoirs of the Extraordinary Military Career of John Shipp" by John Shipp
There was something peculiarly terrible to me in the thought that my life from this moment had become forfeit.
"Tales from the German" by Various
She stooped her pearly head
Seaward, and said:
"Would'st thou I gave to thee
In Time's youth forfeited?"
"Liberty Rejected" by William Watson
What was to be done? A moment
Till he forfeited his head!
Swiftly then Twardowski reckoned
On a scheme to serve his stead.
"Twardowski's Wife" by Adam Mickiewicz
"Who spilleth life, shall forfeit life;
So bid thy lord believe;
That lawless love is guilt above,
This awful sign receive."
"The Eve of St. John" by Sir Walter Scott
"Nowe yielde thee, Arthur, and thy lands,
All forfeit unto mee;
For this is not thy paye, Sir King,
Nor may thy ransome bee."
"The Marriage of Sir Gawaine" by Anonymous British
"Sure 'tis thy mirth, or dost thou rave?
"Can I," he scoffing cried,
"Thy forfeit name from scorn to save,
E'er wed a peasant maid?
"The Lass Of Fair Wone" by Charlotte Dacre
"Thy gold" he cried " the conqu'ror scorns,
He claims thy forfeit LIFE,
Thy precious gems, and jewels rare,
He gives thy beauteous wife."
"Sir Raymond of the Castle" by Mary Darby Robinson
The Shiloh football program will have to forfeit all of its wins from the 2011 season, more fallout from the short but dramatic tenure of former head coach Brian Montgomery.
A total of 179 tax-forfeited land parcels will go on public auction Wednesday, Sept 12 (9:30 a.m.) at the Government Center's Board Room.
Cleveland Gladiators players' strike causes forfeit loss to Pittsburgh Power.
Seattle Seahawks forfeit OTA practices for excessive workouts.
3 team in the Super 25 high school football rankings, may have to forfeit its Florida 6A state title and 15-0 season.
The government has said in court papers that the money should be forfeited because it is the proceeds of crimes.
"I think it can be said pretty clearly that, in terms of the number of acres, this is the largest case on which the federal government has tried to forfeit in Maine," he said.
And the presence of the drugs has the state's attorney's office initiating proceedings to have another house forfeited to the state, according to State's Attorney Julia Rietz.
The sales tax of $7 was added into the complaint, pushing the total over the $100 threshold required to be able to forfeit a vehicle under Indiana Code 34-24-1-1(a)(1)(B).
28 Administrative rule dictates pension must be forfeited if member is convicted of any crime involving embezzlement for pension commission funds or property.
Google forfeited the money to settle a government investigation into its distribution of online ads from Canadian pharmacies that were illegally selling prescription drugs to American consumers.
IN 2010 federal prosecutors seized nearly $2 billion in forfeited assets—that is, property deemed to be used in or derived from a crime.
Further, law enforcement keeps 100 percent of the revenue raised from forfeited property.
The pitcher will forfeit $24 million and can file for free agency.
Alberta poachers fined $100,000, forfeit Hummer .
Of course, by truncating the dynamics at such high freezeout energy densities we forfeit the possibility of comparing our results directly with experiment.
Elliptic Flow from a Transversally Thermalized Fireball
Either way, we have to forfeit one of the advantages of the permutation-enumeration algorithm: the computational simplicity of its inner loop.
Solving Simple Stochastic Games with Few Random Vertices
Supplementary to local accounts, all users need accounts with the SSO provider, and an organization must forfeit some level of control to that provider. A provider may choose to alter their protocol in a way that is not backwards compatible or even discontinue service entirely.
KeyAuth: Bringing Public-key Authentication to the Masses
Upon violating any of them, the person incriminated forfeits their anonymity.
A Revised Classification of Anonymity
Merriam-Webster) 25 forfeit ― to lose or lose the right to especially by some error, offense, or crime (ibid.) 26 Accountability can principally based on a cut-and-choose technique or a zero-knowledge proof (introduced in [4,5] respectively), as demonstrated by L.
A Revised Classification of Anonymity
The use of initially unlinkable pseudonyms, per se, is not sufficient to ensure (linkable) forfeitable anonymity.
A Revised Classification of Anonymity
However, we do forfeit the detailed information about some important electron physics at k⊥ρe ∼ 1: for example such effects as wave damping at the electron gyroscale and the electron heating (although the total amount of the electron heating can be deduced by subtracting the ion heating from the total energy input).
Astrophysical gyrokinetics: kinetic and fluid turbulent cascades in magnetized weakly collisional plasmas
In the ﬁnal section of this paper we explain that the static strings with improved stability can source non-propagating internal space torsion, and hence they provide a physical reason why the leptoquarks should forfeit their equations of motion.
Finite temperature corrections and embedded strings in noncommutative geometry and the standard model with neutrino mixing
Distance based methods forfeit the use of the individual columns in favor of a simple distance between the aligned sequences, although recent work by Roch (2010) shows there might not be such an important loss in information.
Computational Tools for Evaluating Phylogenetic and Hierarchical Clustering Trees