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Synonyms for blamed

so annoying or detestable as to deserve condemnation

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Synonyms for blamed

expletives used informally as intensifiers

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The paper, published in the journal Psychology of Women Quarterly, is entitled: 'Why women are blamed for being sexually harassed: The effects of empathy for female victims and male perpetrators.'
A poll last week from The Hill-HarrisX revealed only 22 percent of registered voters surveyed blamed Democrats for the shutdown, while 42 percent stated that Trump was to blame.
BAHAWALNAGAR:A man allegedly murdered his daughter and blamed his neighbour for the crime because the neighbour had refused his niece'shand in marriage to him, according to reports.
rime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak claimed today Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has a penchant for faulting everyone but himself after the former premier reportedly blamed the government for The Loaf's closure.
Governor Fayose said in a statement, on Thursday that President Buhari's claim that former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, should be blamed for the ongoing herdsmen killings across the North Central of Nigeria was indeed a national embarrassment to Nigeria.
UNP MP Ravi Karunanayake blamed the Central Bank saying it was responsible for the bond scam and the present economic crisis.
It wasn't long ago they blamed the snow itself for the chaos, saying it was too heavy.
When Aquino was elected president 2010, he also blamed government problems to the administration of former president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.
Far more Americans blamed President Donald Trump for the bill falling apart than they did Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, ( a new Reuters/Ipsos poll found Wednesday .
Both presidents receive slightly less blame in the June 14-23 Gallup poll than they did the last time Gallup asked this question in 2013, but the gap has held steady over the past three years, with Bush blamed more than Obama.
He certainly could've blamed the executives that he hired or concentrated on the mistakes they made (and they did make some).
Self-blame attributions were assessed by two items that measured the degree to which participants blamed themselves for their cardiac events at Time 1.
In fact, researchers discovered that when companies performed poorly or had things go wrong but blamed outside influences--unions, government intrusion, competitors or the economy--the businesses experienced a significant dip in stock prices and were slow to recover.
RISING sickness rates among the region's police officers were last night blamed on Government cuts.
I cannot believe that the review that was undertaken blamed the labourers - I expect they reported that this added to the cause of the inferno - the blame must be that of the owner of the building.