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so annoying or detestable as to deserve condemnation

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expletives used informally as intensifiers

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The CBS News Poll, taken since the government shut down on Tuesday, found that 44 percent of Americans blamed Republicans as compared to 35 percent who blamed President Barack Obama and the Democrats.
Meanwhile, about half of Americans have blamed Obama since March 2010, with little substantive change from then to the present.
Does Cameron remember who the minister blamed for the queues?
He blamed someone for everything in his life that wasn't perfectly to his liking.
The mam-of-four said the boys were blamed for things they hadn't done because they had a reputation.
If global warming predicts "a catastrophy of cold and hot, drought and flood", then can the great Australian droughts of the 19th century be blamed on global warming?
NEW YORK, June 7 /PRNewswire/ -- The critically acclaimed Don't Blame the Shorts: Why Short Sellers Are Always Blamed For Market Crashes And How History Is Repeating Itself (McGraw-Hill), written by Robert Sloan, a Wall Street veteran and managing partner of S3 Partners, is nominated for the Financial History Book of the Year at the Spear's Book Awards.
Blaming creates a definitive "us-them" barrier between the blamer and the blamed (pp.
He first shows that claims that people should not be blamed for what they cannot control have not been well defended.
STEVE STAUNTON is still the man for Andy Reid, who insists it's the players who must be blamed for Ireland's Euro 2008 failure.
But if, as Oliver and Campos both suggest, an unreasonable fear of fatness should be blamed for the bad health effects of anorexia, dangerous diet drugs, fluctuating weight, and even smoking ("a common weight loss and weight maintenance strategy," Campos notes), surely obesity can be blamed for deterring the exercise necessary to keep fit.
and then it's about someone who has been blamed for something, and why you shouldn't blame them.
New Orleans officials, the federal government, and even residents who did not evacuate in time were blamed for the horrific aftermath of Hurricane Katrina when it pummeled the Gulf Coast in August.
The inexperienced social worker was blamed because she failed to see through the lies told by the couple who were convicted.
In an article published on July 30 by the International Herald Tribune, Frida Ghitis from Atlanta wrote: "Take a guess: Whom do you think Arab 'experts' blamed for the [July 23] multiple blasts.