abhorrence


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hate coupled with disgust

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He an abhorrence also told Ford, a first offender, that he would be on the sex offenders' register for the rest of his life.
'The recent outburst of the Leaders of the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association led by her Secretary Alhaji Baba Usman Ngeljarma that the ban on opening grazing by some State Governors was responsible for the Benue mayhem is provocative and I call for his arrest and prosecution, likewise the perpetrators of the Benue abhorrence and other massacres across our Nation must not go unpunished.
Nick Hardwick said it would be a "bad day for us all" if the "rightful abhorrence" over John Worboys' crimes was allowed to overturn the "basic principles of justice", as he vowed to defy "political interference" designed to keep Worboys behind bars.
UN Spokesman Stephane Dujarric said the Secretary-General expressed in a statement his abhorrence at this act and underlined the need to reinforce the fight against terrorism and violent extremism.
Labour member David Keeton, who was at the hustings, said: "My initial reaction was shock, then abhorrence. For my wife and I it was made all the more personal as we knew Jo."
President Nicos Anastasiades on Monday condemned "with abhorrence" the terrorist attack in Orlando, US, which resulted in the death of 50 people and the injury of scores of others.
I SYMPATHISE with Sylvia Seeley when she expresses her abhorrence of the proposal to extend legal abortion from 24 weeks to an unlimited time.
Machnouk advised all Lebanese political forces "to turn back the political dispute to the interior of institutions, away from illusions and abhorrence, on the basis of modesty." =A.M.
In a statement, former interior minister said that Pakistan is sovereign nuclear state and always preferred good relations based on mutual respect but unfortunately Modi always express abhorrence against Pakistan.
Singer (sic) Joss Stone not only omitted most of the verses, her performance was an abhorrence. She destroyed one of the greatest anti-war songs ever written with her jazzed-up cacophony.
He said it was unfortunate that the issue was being deliberately avoided and being viewed with abhorrence.
AS a retailer battling with VAT and all its problems, increased rates, heating, lighting, wages and pilfering, I must express my abhorrence that the West Midlands County Council should think of becoming self-employed.
Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insf Chief Imran Khan, whose party formed the KP provincial government has long voiced his abhorrence for corruption.
It would be far better if the two sides could get round the table to negotiate, but the agenda always seems to be about further land concessions required by Israel, a territory the United Nations granted to the Jewish people, as their historic homeland, following the abhorrence of the Nazi genocide in World War 2.
Beneath the headlines of greed and dishonesty in finance, he argues, more rudimentary ills of debt dependency and deflation abhorrence lurk, and noncompetitive markets thrive.