dishonourable


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Dishonourable discharge is a reality of life which must be recognized, it must be accompanied with either drums or 'Manadi' as it is called in Urdu.
The dishonourable discharges included around 40 per cent of Turkey's admirals and generals.
and at night" Comedienne Jenny Eclair "It is dishonourable to suggest, as many have, that Leavers are all racists and bigots: they aren't and it is shameful to suggest that they are.
Then he went on to say: "When they kicked me out and gave me a dishonourable discharge, this made me ineligible for any medical treatment [through DND].
However, I was still given a dishonourable discharge from the Royal Navy on the claim that my sole aim was to discredit their public image.
Too many of them self-evidently fib regularly and principled MPs - yes, there are some - will be tarred with the same brush as the Dishonourable Members for Cock-and-Bull Central.
THIS month marks the 40th anniversary of the dishonourable departure from the White House of Richard Nixon.
Please do not make us assemble like this without a proper proposal this is a dishonourable proposal and is insulting", said justice Khehar.
Dishonourable behaviour or just healthy 2013 opportunism?
Shahin pointed to a law passed jointly by the judicial authority and diplomatic corps, which prevents all those convicted of dishonourable crimes from holding public office, even if they are later considered to have been rehabilitated.
Is it dishonourable to say "Can't pay - won't pay"?
London, Apr 22 (ANI): The British Government has been accused of dishonourable behaviour after nine Pakistanis out of 11 arrested in Easter terror raids were released without any charge.
The panel directed that Ms Dunning's name should be removed from the teaching register and said: "The sub-committee considered the conduct fell within the definition of being disgraceful and dishonourable in the eyes of competent teaching colleagues of good repute.
However, Robert Gibbs, an adviser to Obama, said McCain was running "an increasingly dishonourable campaign".
Dishonourable and devious - you bet, but I just can't help wondering what secrets they have been hiding.