OVER the past fortnight we've seen the irreproachable
national sporting and social institution that is the GAA indisputably reproached following the revelation that a third inter-county footballer has tested positive for a banned substance.
office clerk who refuses to do anything.
A bishop must be irreproachable
, married only once .
She's been the irreproachable
moral character of the show, who is the person who has not been morally compromised.
But even if his commitment to your utmost satis- faction were irreproachable
, even if his culinary passion were intact and aflame, you might succumb to creeping doubts about whether he was doing everything right by you or whether, in some unseen way, back in that concealed kitchen, your custom was being taken for granted.
The Nobel peace prize teeters every year between two dangers: giving the award to some who can make peace only because they have stopped, or at least paused, the wars they waged for years - Henry Kissinger would be the best example - and giving it to people whose sentiments are irreproachable
but whose record of action is thin.
UNLESS THE past is revisited from time to time, we and the younger generations following, may forget that 'once, there were gentle souls like Cornelio Balmaceda who gave public service an irreproachable
meaning and whose life was a constant reminder that few men have virtue to withstand the highest bidder' (columnist Ricardo Malay, 9/13/96).
Sully" is a straightforward tribute to the extraordinary actions taken by an irreproachable
character who refuses to see himself as a hero.
Neeraj's standards of filmmaking and his script sense are irreproachable
The question of guilt is of less consequence than the question of whether the gift of genius makes one irreproachable
Chanel Rouge Double IntenistAaAaAeA@ (P1,850) coats lips like a liquid lipsti with irreproachable
How can any small, trivial human act lend itself to the irreproachable
power of myth?
He wrote: "The entire indigenous population was illiterate, their technology was equivalent to that of the Britons in 55 BC when the Romans arrived, their personal hygiene was far from irreproachable
, their knowledge of medicine rudimentary and confined to the use of a few herbs, and even the very concept of money was totally unknown to them--they measured their wealth only in cattle, and they one and all believed in witchcraft.
It pleases me a great deal to say that by your ability, efficiency, devotion to duty, and irreproachable
and businesslike conduct of your affairs, personal and official, you .
Smooth, shrewd, and irreproachable
, Marshall is a model chief executive, and the power he wields only enhances his charisma.