voice of conscience - Übersetzung nach deutsch
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voice of conscience - Übersetzung nach deutsch

1912 SILENT SHORT FILM, DIRECTOR UNKNOWN, PRODUCED BY THE THANHOUSER FILM CORPORATION

voice of conscience      
die Stimme des Gewissens
prisoners of conscience         
  • Saudi Arabian Embassy]] in London against detention of Saudi blogger [[Raif Badawi]], 2017
ANYONE IMPRISONED FOR THEIR DEMOGRAPHICS, BELIEFS, OR THE NONVIOLENT EXPRESSION THEREOF
Prisoners of conscience; Prisoner of Conscience; Prisoner of consience
Häftling aus Gewissensgründen, politischer Gefangener
hollow voice         
͈; Faucalisation; Faucalization; Faucalised voice; Yawny voice; Hollow voice; Yawning voice; Faucal voice
hohle Stimme

Definition

prisoner of conscience
¦ noun a person imprisoned for their political or religious views.

Wikipedia

The Voice of Conscience (1912 film)

The Voice of Conscience is a 1912 American silent short drama film starring Florence La Badie and Jean Darnell.

Beispiele aus Textkorpus für voice of conscience
1. That is how they silenced the voice of conscience.
2. The Monitor‘s View A voice of conscience is on a tour of American cities.
3. Sir Jonathan Sacks, the Chief Rabbi, said today: "Simon Wiesenthal was the voice of conscience of the post–Holocaust world.
4. The United States and Spain have "enormous potential to act as a clear voice of conscience in Venezuela," he said.
5. Born to a Syrian father and a Palestinian mother, Kassir had become the voice of conscience among supporters of modernity and democracy in the Arab world.