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Some people lie, if you like to put it so, out of pure friendship, in order to amuse their fellows; but when a man makes use of extravagance in order to show his disrespect and to make clear how the intimacy bores him, it is time for a man of honour to break off the said intimacy.
Say you were not guilty of any intentional disrespect toward him--and you will say enough.
I wasn't guilty of any intentional disrespect toward you.
Hold your blasphemous tongue," cries Sophia: "how dare you mention his name with disrespect before me?
I assure you that this implies not the least doubt of, or disrespect to, your nephew.
With no disrespect for your judgment, and with no doubt of your sincerity, excuse my saying that I cling to the belief that there is yet hope that I am not condemned to perpetual exile from that lady's presence.
Now, if you stand there, refusing to give evidence, I'll punish you for disrespect to the bench; I will, by--'
The old man was a awful Tartar (saying it, I'm sure, without disrespect to his memory) but the business was a pleasant one to look after, from before daylight to past dark.
He wished to know whether he was right in inferring that I meant to cast a reproach upon her memory, and a disrespect upon her family.
You're in a government office, too," cried Raskolnikov, "and you're smoking a cigarette as well as shouting, so you are showing disrespect to all of us.
The assistant superintendent, still shaken by Raskolnikov's disrespect, still fuming and obviously anxious to keep up his wounded dignity, pounced on the unfortunate smart lady, who had been gazing at him ever since he came in with an exceedingly silly smile.
I intended no disrespect to any sincere, law-abiding Muslim.
It's another thing to disrespect the one you have, in the process.
Hyde circulated the letter to his colleagues in the House in response to FBI Director Louis Freeh's letters to Attorney General Reno and Clinton last week that said in part, "the premeditated execution of two young FBI agents is the most vile disrespect for all that we cherish under the law and our God for which moderation can only signal disrespect.
No disrespect," said Mark McGhee before his side lost to Bournemouth in this season's Worthington Cup.