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a disrespectful mental attitude

a manner that is generally disrespectful and contemptuous

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have little or no respect for

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I can die for the flag and there is no question of disrespecting it.
It seems like the reporters were not interested in listening to me when I was chiding the organizers for disrespecting the flag and asked them to correct the position of the flag.
of disrespecting Judge Fahmi Mounir Fahmi when he chaired a hearing in the Court of First Instance on October 5.
I'm not disrespecting the competition because I have been consistent.
A senior prosecution source told Gulf News yesterday that the woman has been accused of disrespecting outgoing criminal judge Fahmi Mounir Fahmi.
Dubai A Moroccan hair dresser was produced in court yesterday for disrespecting and cursing a judge when he convicted her in a forgery case in October.
I am a wolf in sheep's clothing and if somebody is disrespecting what I am saying to them then there's going to be fireworks, I can tell you.
The duo was later condemned by their fellow councillors at Birmingham City Council, saying they should be ashamed for disrespecting a soldier who had risked his life for the sake of his country.
Peterson said Burt walked up to the victim, who was sitting on a couch in the cousin's apartment in the 2300 block of West Avenue J-8, and told him, ``Don't be disrespecting my cousin, Blood.
One of the parties (from Tujunga) got knocked to the ground for disrespecting one of the girls there,'' Young said.
Man up and quit disrespecting Heidi," he is quoted as saying.
Burt walked up to the victim, who was sitting on a couch in the cousin's apartment in the 2300 block of West Avenue J-8, and told him, ``Don't be disrespecting my cousin, Blood,'' prosecutors said.