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shock

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to affect with a strong feeling of moral aversion

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strike with disgust or revulsion

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Hence the prime minister was tried for disobeying the court and not scandalizing the court.
He said the charge against the Prime Minister was disobeying of the court and not scandalizing of the court.
One part was that the prime minister has flouted para 178 of the court verdict in NRO case while the other part related to the alleged scandalizing of the judiciary.
As Hubert Damisch writes, it was already observed in 1863, when this scandalizing work was first exhibited, that "the focal group of three figures in Manet's composition was a direct quote from a print that was well-known in artists' studios at the time.
Cynthia Watrous (``Titus'') stars as Alma, a mousy little girl who suddenly becomes rebellious and slutty, scandalizing her ramrod-strict preacher father (James Coburn) and dithering mother (Brenda Blethyn).
It's about a college student (Michelle Williams of ``Dawson's Creek,'' following in Jessica Biel's footsteps in terms of scandalizing her WB fans), who becomes interested in a ``masculine'' lesbian (Chloe Sevigny, turning the tables on her ``Boys Don't Cry'' role) to the dismay of her friends.
She left him and is living with another man, bar owner Peter McCarthy, scandalizing all of Oswestry, in Shropshire.
She remarks that Jerusalem's Jews found classical Greek culture both scandalizing and alluring.