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without any attempt at concealment

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conspicuously and offensively loud

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Undersecretary Abdullah Abdul Lateef handed Hamid Shafie an official protest note and stressed that the statements were a blatant interference in Bahrain's domestic affairs and an abuse of the kingdom's sovereignty and independence, the ministry said in a statement posted on Bahrain News Agency (BNA) late on Saturday.
So what do they have to say about their goalkeeper who gets away with the most blatant cheating?
Consistently displaying blatant callousness and irrationality (if they refuse to house them and refuse to let them live on the streets, where, exactly, do they propose these people go?
We are surprised that the Government of Moldova would so brazenly cease payments due under a Government contract while continuing to use proprietary technology and equipment of a corporate vendor in blatant disregard of its contractual obligations," stated Mr.
stressing the reality which says that such a blatant criminal practices represent a clear disregard for the law, therefore, what is happening is a scandal cannot be tolerated.
Our players haven't forgotten, they are calling him everything under the sun, so I hope the Australian public are the same because that was blatant cheating.
BLATANT Wigan boss Roberto Martinez felt his side should have had a penalty soon after Osman's opener.
According to instructors, blatant plagiarism-submitting another's writing word-for-word as one's own-is the most prevalent and troublesome type of plagiarism seen in the classroom.
Taylor said: "When it is blatant, when players are feigning injury or holding parts of the body that weren't even touched just to try to exaggerate a contact or get an opponent booked or sent off, that is something that needs to be condemned and that can't be tolerated.
NNA - 13/2/2012 - Syria renewed on Monday rejection of fresh decisions by the Arab League and deemed them as blatant interference in the Syrian domestic affairs.
This failed attempt represents a blatant violation and affront to all international covenants and norms and contravenes human principles", he said.
considering the attempt as blatant breach of international laws.
For once, it was not the France skipper's brilliance or blistering pace which caused such excitement, but a blatant handball which was missed by Swedish referee Martin Hansson seconds before the Barcelona superstar crossed for William Gallas to send the home side through 2-1 on aggregate deep into extra-time.
The vandals were so blatant in their attack that they even leaned over other passengers to make their mark.
Just consider the latest blatant example, the case of the temporary water-testing lab that the DWP set up in Pasadena.