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At risk of or subject to experiencing something usually unpleasant
She is liable to forget
A false and malicious publication printed for the purpose of defaming a living person
The newspaper has been accused of libel.
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@WaymoTheGod: Lol RT @WhoISdeante: Liable maybe? RT @QuecciMane: RT @WaymoTheGod: Miguel might be libel for her injury lol
@WhoISdeante: Liable maybe? RT @QuecciMane: RT @WaymoTheGod: Miguel might be libel for her injury lol
@xbb89: *liable RT: @HiYellowGuy: ..Kanye is libel to do something foolish on SNL tonight.
@Yincar: Liable? "@SaharaReporters: "Anybody who is found libel for committing crimes of humanity must be taken to the Hague." - Femi Falana"
@ahavery: ...If a newspaper publicly quotes an 'offensive' tweet, they rather than the tweeter might be liable. Libel laws to apply separate of this
@OliviaFranceska: @matthewjpb @samskeen_ ****libel, not liable. And here is the relevant legislation http://t.co/uhqN2xh5us < 'genuine opinion' is a defence.
@IanRGillespie: Journalist can still be held liable for repeating the fact of an allegation, though, if advances the original libel. @pothen @ngdwilson
@JoeAhart: Tip of Day: Liable: legally responsible. Libel: false statement that damages one's character. "The college newspaper was liable for libel."
@Jberg95: Liable and libel are two different words and are not pronounced the same