READ:JV Ejercito defends Gatchalian over Twitter expletives
Headlines ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 On New Year's day, Gatchalian reacted to tweets calling him "ingrate" or "trapo" for laying blame on the preceding Aquino administration for some of the country's ills.
The Arabic-language newspaper Al Etihad reported on Thursday that the man's brother became upset after finding his photo on his brother's Instagram account, captioned with an expletive
In our politically correct country, if any of the above named are used in a derogatory manner the people/country are outraged, but nothing is said when Jesus is used as an expletive
which is hypocrisy or double standards.
It was a needlessly long sentence that began with an expletive
Links Between Expletive
Use and Coaching Effectiveness
The size of the fines had the effect of causing broadcasters to think twice about airing live programs during which a fleeting expletive
might be uttered.
Until recently, the broadcast of a fleeting expletive
did not violate
Just why this process involves so many expletives
After initially sating Bono's expletive
was not indecent because it was not really a sexual reference and in any event was "fleeting and isolated," the FCC reversed itself.
The whole thing started with the broadcast of the 2002 Billboard Music Awards, when singer Cher accepted the prize uttering an expletive
, which, as you could imagine, got much laughter.
Peter Smith, a freelance photographer for the Boston Pilot, the newspaper of the Boston archdiocese, captured the moment on film and later told reporters he heard Scalia utter an expletive
Aziz Corporation chairman Professor Khalid Aziz said: "Bosses prefer their colleagues' language to be honest and accurate even it that means tolerating the odd expletive
here and there.
If you've ever wondered about the origins and use of foul language, check out Ruth Wajnryb's Expletive
Deleted: A Good Look at Bad Language (Free Press, 2005).
Abstract: This study examines gender variation in university students' expletive
usage through quantitative analysis of actual conversational data rather than the questionnaires used in most earlier studies.
In its friend-of-the-court brief filed with the high court, the ACLJ contends the FCC's policy is constitutional and its actions appropriate even if only a single expletive