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Definition of Condemner

Condemner
Condemner Con*dem"ner (? or ?), n. One who condemns or censures.

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- The Condemned is a 2007 action film written and directed by Scott Wiper. The film stars Steve Austin, Vinnie Jones, Robert Mammone, Tory Mussett, Madeleine...
- Condemned or The Condemned may refer to: Persons awaiting execution A condemned property, or condemned building, by a local authority, usually for public...
- The Condemned 2 (also known as The Condemned 2: Desert Prey) is a 2015 American action film directed by Roel Reiné and released by WWE Studios. The film...
- A condemned property or a condemned building is a property or building that local (usually muni****l) authorities have closed, seized, or placed restrictions...
- Condemned: Criminal Origins (known in Europe as Condemned) is a first-person survival horror video game developed by Monolith Productions and published...
- Condemned to Live is a 1935 American horror film starring Ralph Morgan and Maxine Doyle, and directed by Frank R. Strayer. The film is unusual for its...
- domain. However, once the property is taken and the judgment is final, the condemnor owns it in fee simple, and may put it to uses other than those specified...
- Condemned 2: Bloodshot (titled Condemned 2 outside of North America) is a psychological survival horror video game, developed by Monolith Productions and...
- This Property Is Condemned is a 1966 American drama film directed by Sydney Pollack and starring Natalie Wood, Robert Redford, Kate Reid, Charles Bronson...
- Death row, also known as condemned row, is a place in a prison that houses inmates awaiting execution after being convicted of a capital crime. The term...