What's more, there is a sense of impertinence
that marks all the debates that we see unfolding today between ruling party circles and the Turkish opposition.
To many information professionals, the sudden removal of important websites is just rude, smacking of impertinence
But how can you sympathize with a school that clings so stubbornly to the belief that its problem is not the huge hole in the hull of its sinking ship, but the impertinence
of the water that is rushing in?
It fuses fruity notes with statuesque florals to create a chic statement with a touch of impertinence
N'empeche que certains passages sont de veritables poemes: [beaucoup moins que]J'observe discretement ses longs cheveux que le souffle du vent s'amuse a soulever pour la taquiner[beaucoup plus grand que], ou encore: [beaucoup moins que]Les jasmins et les coquelicots fleurissent contre vents et marees offrant a notre quotidien un printemps radieux; seulement, des nuages opaques et inquietants decident avec impertinence
, pour ne pas dire mesquins, de s'infiltrer dans notre vie et d'assombrir notre horizon[beaucoup plus grand que].
While talking about his French patisserie, Brendan (below) said: "I am going to leave it alone, because I think it's an impertinence
to tinker with something so well-established.
The victim had told her parents several times in the past about his impertinence
and everyone in the village knew about the activities of the accused.
of the grudge-filled enemies of Islam, which is occurring under the flag of the Great Satan, America and the racist Zionists, can only be blocked by the absolute administration of this Islamic order," he added.
It seems the Ascot executive had not undertaken the same rigorous investigation before it took the decision to allocate orange stickers to those prospective premier enclosure attendees who had the impertinence
to arrive without being suitably attired in jacket and tie in the middle of winter.
Forgive my impertinence
in questioning the use of sirens in Bahrain but I became a teenager in the 1939-45 war and the first noise of an early warning air-raid siren got people scurrying to their nearest air-raid shelter, or down the cellar steps or even under the stairs.
This is nothing short of impertinence
coming on top of reports that women in the ATS have just been in action for the first time on AA guns.
The society wrote back to say they couldn't understand why he should have seen fit to combine stupidity and impertinence
in his rejection of the position.
Senna, then with McLaren, accused him of blocking him and lacking respect, and was so upset at Irvine's impertinence
that he punched him in a post-race row.
will give next Sunday's Manchester derby an extra edge.
In Moses' encounters with Pharaoh, the former exhibits surprising impertinence