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express strong disapproval of

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Twitter: @birminghammail Facebook: facebook.com/birminghammail Post: Birmingham Mail, 60 Church Street, Birmingham B3 2DJ I have misgivings about anyone who doesn't possess one, and decry those who try to force our children to disown what is rightfully theirs Robert Betteridge
CHRIS Robinson states that some of us decry Prince William for not being a full-time Royal.
It is routine for new presidents to decry the standard Iranian practice of starting new projects with abandon, getting the required funds by taking them from previous projects, thus stretching out the construction time for projects.
Anti-US hatred and disappointment in the country's leadership and its policies do not change the fact that while America's enemies decry her greatness, they want to be in America, and to be American.
THE TOUGH stand taken by Mexico over Forbes magazine's naming its mostwanted drug lord as one of the world's most powerful people warrants that India should also decry the listing of Dawood Ibrahim on it.
Most financial executives agree that there was a solid argument for the law, though they decry the costs, which far exceeded SEC estimates.
The journalists decry the fact that the campaign targets children, and question its timing, months after the company was accused of knowingly dumping human waste into a river that provides drinking water for local communities.
Some political pundits and antigay leaders accused anonymous gay rights activists of showing the very kind of intolerance they decry in others after they defaced a billboard for an "ex-gay" conference in St.
Andrew Decry, regional manager at Matan Properties, owner of the building, said that the flexibility offered by the building is a plus for tenants looking for space.
Some decry the whole thing as a hoax, others maintain that there is truth behind these seemingly wild accusations of off-world secret government bases.
"We therefore decry this act of marginalization and request that the provinces have access and participation in this forum." The conference also expressed its support for the call of the lambeth Commission for bishops not to interfere in the internal affairs of provinces and to "respect the territorial borders of such provinces, dioceses and parishes."
The most compelling discussions for readers come within "Culture, the Arts, and Diplomacy" and "American Culture and the Performing Arts." These hard-hitting speeches decry many aspects of our country's off-hand treatment of the arts.
As Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas) recalled not long ago, Greenspan used to decry how deficit spending and abandoning the gold standard in favor of flat currency had made it possible for "the welfare statists to use the banking system as a means to an unlimited expansion of credit...." Yet, said Rep.
During this somber season of atonement, assorted windbags take to the airwaves to decry the callous incompetence of American teachers and to label our students as fat, lazy and stupid.
Some researchers decry the practice of permitting babies and young children to sleep in the same bed as their parents do, warning of its potential to smother youngsters, both physically and emotionally.