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Martin must have disrespected big John Hartson in the Hampden changing room one day when he tore strips off him - and the big man did well not to disrespect his manager by throwing him into the showers, as he could have done.
Ice is right,the pics I took with this man were in poor taste & I disrespected my husband however the pics were the only thing that happened," she (https://twitter.
Whoever is acting out is doing so for one reason: You have done something to make them feel disrespected.
But now that she's been sacked, some members of the City Council are claiming Jeff was disrespected.
Felix Trinidad has said certain things that have disrespected me.
IT IS phenomenal the way Trapattoni disrespected the League of Ireland and was allowed to disrespect it.
It ruled in December that Noor TV had breached broadcasting codes after a host said it was acceptable or even the duty of a Muslim to murder anyone who disrespected the Prophet Mohammed.
If the appeal on turning off the light advertisements is disrespected, restrictive measure will be undertaken in cooperation with EVN," said Saraqini.
Ghulam Ali Akhlaqi, a resident of the village and teacher of the seminary, said the helicopters-borne forces cordoned off the village during the night time operation and shot at the three civilians and disrespected the holy book.
We think it came down to an issue of respect, about being disrespected in some form," Robison said.
Maxwell disrespected me in a certain way and I don't take that lightly.
Martin's an old-fashioned guy and will not stand to be disrespected.
Abdul Fatah, a participant, who was holding a copy of the Quran, told Pajhwok Afghan News that "foreign forces had disrespected the holy book.
No suitable institution wants to comments on why the decision of the Constitutional Court for cessation of the construction works is disrespected.
Kitson (above) didn't disrespect the FA Cup, he disrespected himself.