Opposition leader in the House of Lords, Baroness Smith of Basildon, stated, "An apology is sufficient for a minor discourtesy
Opposition leader in the Lords Baroness Smith of Basildon, sought to reassure the peer after his departure, saying: "An apology is sufficient for a minor discourtesy
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Meanwhile, Ashner, along with developer Steve Witkoff, criticized the company for its "ugly discourtesy
to potential suitors.
He understands it was a discourtesy
to the court and to yourself in particular.
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Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoy-lu also chided Gauck for his statements, calling them a "diplomatic discourtesy
All of which illustrates that by surrendering administrative authority to a microprocessor -- thereby abdicating common sense and responsibility -- government risks more than discourtesy
In the meantime, he considers the activists' discourtesy
to be incorrect.
Not to use them, is total discourtesy
to other drivers.
Mr Hay added: "While debate can be robust, it is not acceptable for the tone or nature of remarks to come close to discourtesy
or disorder here within the chamber.
I apologise again to Chris for perceived discourtesy
to a fellow parent but he could equally have discussed it calmly with me at the time.
Your solution seems so elegant: Use the very tools of this man's discourtesy
to teach him a lesson about respect.
Although I see a great deal of discourtesy
in this word, as if it means that people are of two kinds, elites and C* what about the others, savages?
Because, besides the rudeness and the discourtesy
, the intolerable threat this was, it was a huge diplomatic blunder.