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If it was not such a serious offence, the circumstances are almost laughable," the judge said.
To blame the press for "hating" and damaging the NHS is laughable because it was HIM and executives like him who encouraged a culture where whistleblowers were gagged, sacked and often ruined.
He wrote down a few things for me to improve on, which were laughable, frankly.
TEAM Anna on Friday termed the Centre's decision to initiate a CBI investigation into the Coalgate as laughable and an eyewash.
bet on Saints Heineken are in great 125/1 on laughable.
Laughable "There has been a set of rules here for as long as I have been at the club as there is at every club and probably most, if not all, work environments," he said.
Walton's second caution was laughable last Saturday and it's laughable today, no matter how many times you look at the incident it was not a booking,' stormed Jones.
Using a three-year mark to judge the effectiveness of a community college is almost laughable.
When you look at Washington and the lack of changes they have made, it's laughable,'' Greuel said.
There once was a day when groups of people were considered "below" the rest of society, and consideration of their welfare was considered laughable.
The Scene Stealer is his latest novel in a trilogy of stories that take place inside the Canadian film industry, and it rides a fine line between intoxicating and laughable.
77) concerning my mildly expressed views on the complex relationship between anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism is frankly laughable.
The overarching impression it left--one that a woefully thin hang and laughable "just the facts" press release only underscored--was of a curiously amnesiac attempt at "back-to-basics," a self-defeating retreat from the brutality of fact into the banality of illustration.
You've got to give Bertolli credit for being honest--most labels pretend that people eat a laughable one-cup portion of skillet dinners.
The land of Illmoor, filled with towns called Phlegm and Dullitch, is not for the faint-hearted traveler; but it has its charms, since most of the citizenry is so ineffectual at their thieving and wickedness as to be laughable.