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conspicuously bad or offensive

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conspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible

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Caught in the act This is a pretty clear-cut case for the SFA's compliance officer as Stewart Regan flagrantly ignores Hampden's 'Keep off the Grass' rule.
Jobb relates a detailed account of Leo Koretz, hardly a well-known name now but an extraordinary con man who operated in the flagrantly corrupt and anything goes environment of Chicago during the early days of the Roaring Twenties.
We condemn such killings due to the fact that they flagrantly violate God's fifth commandment, 'thou shall not kill.
Pacifism is flagrantly immoral PHIL Braithwaite applauds the pacifism of the Quakers (Letters, November 3).
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Israeli soldiers opened heavy machine gunfire on Palestinian civilian homes and agricultural lands East of the blockaded Gaza Strip, flagrantly violating the Cairo-brokered ceasefire accord.
The King called for exigency to exert internationally concerted, serious and expedite efforts and offices to stop it, exigency of the UN Security Council intervention to take all prompt measurements to stop violating the sacredness of Al-Aqsa Mosque, protect the Palestinian people and religious sanctuaries, awarding the Palestinian people its legitimate rights, asserting that such aggression, flagrantly, violates the holiness of religions and gives a hand to fan extremism and violence, in the entire world.
It said that he flagrantly intervened in Bahrain's internal affairs and held meetings with a particular group to the detriment of other interlocutors, thus discriminating between people, contravening diplomatic norms and flouting normal inter-state relations.
It said that the US official intervened flagrantly in Bahrain's internal affairs and held meetings with a particular party to the detriment of other interlocutors, thus discriminating between one people, contravening diplomatic norms and flouting normal interstate relations.
State news agency SANA Monday quoted Jihad Lahham as saying that "a number of Arab and foreign states and institutions have been unable to mask their anger that Syria's presidential election will be held on time; they are flagrantly trying to intervene.
AND Gabby Logan, crusader for parity of the sexes, failing to see her own hypocrisy in flagrantly ogling Towie "eye-candy" Dan Osborne in tight leopard-skin trunks: "Hi, erm, Dan
He complained about flagrantly flawed election papers and claimed that he had been the victim of a smear campaign.
KARACHI -- Despite Supreme Court's clear directives, Karachi University (KU) is known to be flagrantly violating contract rules by allowing 62 years to 75 years old officials on four important posts.
Emma Carr, deputy director of civil liberties campaign group Big Brother Watch, said: "The courts have clearly said indefinitely retaining personal information is not acceptable and it appears that police forces are flagrantly disregarding the law.
Haji Sakhi Mashwanai, a lawmaker from Kunar, strongly condemned the shelling, accusing Islamabad of flagrantly backing out from the assurance it promised to a visiting Afghan parliamentary delegation last month.
This is well illustrated in Northumberland Street where 'no cycling' notices are flagrantly disregarded despite the highly visible presence of police officers.