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Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo said the Palace would rather prioritize more important matters rather than respond to 'another arrant raving and incorrigible ranting' from Sison.
CHRISTINE ARRANT AND CONNALL MACAOIDH Today at noon at St Andrew's Cathedral, King Street, Aberdeen.
Given the position of the Act, the statement by Mr Fowler is suggestive of two things, desperation to increase the revenue generated by the service or arrant ignorance of the law from where he derives his powers as the FIRS boss.
"It's arrant nonsense, like all his other statements," Panelo told The Manila Times in a message.
The Palace was outraged that Canada has since not taken any decisive action on its 'arrant hostile demeanor' and for not even expressing regrets for the matter.
"Not only has it not taken any decisive action on this arrant hostile demeanor, it has not likewise expressed regrets thereto," he added.
I REFER to the arrant stupidity of imposing a 50mph limit on the M4 to ease pollution.
Unless I blinked at the wrong moments, he doesn't deal with any arrant research - which does exist.
"And the wonder is that anyone could listen with patience to such arrant nonsense."
Defending barrister Tania Griffiths QC said that those who told "whopping great lies" knew how to tell them and branded the allegations against her client "arrant nonsense".
These are well-deserved successes and excellent achievements that are an enlightening display of the hard work of students, the arrant support and profound devotion of the parents towards their children, and above all the untiring efforts and dedication of the esteemed teachers, who put in their best in order to achieve such an applause-worthy and commendable result.
Ergo, we are left to deal with the hubris of arrant stupidity, which masquerades as political expediency at best.
iswas arrant TSPINACH POPEYE always knew it was good for us but now it's claimed eating it every day can make your brain 11 years younger.
It is, though, typical of council types to come up with such arrant nonsense.
It was one of those articles I read twice because the initial impression was simply, "this is arrant nonsense."