recrimination


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After the vote there will be recrimination heads will roll.
I wanted," director Howard Allen said, "to tell the story of Caribbean folklore and history as simply as possible, without recrimination and retribution.
FOR Michael Carrick the coming weeks are all about redemption rather than recrimination.
The performance series, which hands over the stage-door keys to a diverse roster of 13 artists for two months, runs through March 6, encompassing themes from Japanese ritual suicide (Melissa Crum and BC Miles's Seppuku) to country-fried rhyming (Deborah Magid's Cowboy Poet, A C&W Musical), from death and recrimination (Paul Shoulberg's Sick Fuck) to the sex-related side effects of Parkinson's disease (Marc Jaffe and Eric Coble's Side Effects May Include).
Although a single reverse with a side packed with youngsters at a ground less than half-full does not appear a reason for recrimination, the knowledge Chelsea, Tottenham and Liverpool are out already, means it was undoubtedly the easiest opportunity City would have to end a trophy drought dating back to 1976.
10 DEATH OF AUGUSTO Pinochet ended an era of recrimination and historical arguments in Chile.
In his books and lectures, however, he could expand his thoughts, ideas, and hunches without recrimination.
In 1955, Wisconsin Congressman Lawrence Smith described the organization as "a permanent international snake pit where Godless Communism is given a daily forum for hate, recrimination, psychological warfare against freedom, and unrelenting moral aggression against peace.
Then it all fell apart in bitter squabbling and recrimination.
Thank God that pacesetters like Rotblat break beyond our need for revenge, retaliation, resentment and recrimination.
The search for a European constitution continues today in a mood of bitterness and recrimination at the EU summit in Brussels.
As after the 1870 Franco-Prussian War, defeat in 1940 strengthened a clerico-conservative Rightist discourse of recrimination, sacrifice, and restoration.
His venture to Guiana for gold and glory had failed and he returned a defeated man to face recrimination and eventually execution in London.
Responsibility implies that something is my fault-always a tiresome thing, especially for a politician, since it invites voters' recrimination and reproach.
The organisation is now pressing for a Private Member's Bill that will allow employees to opt out of working Sundays without fear of recrimination.