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showing no courtesy

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lacking social graces

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I'll leave aside the ordinarily astute Avishai's downright creepy choice of wordsone doubts that, if he had been responding to a male writer, he would have used the word "sassy" or conjured up an image like "brunette fetishists." The real discourteousness of his argument lies in his refusal to accept Newhouse's ontological premise, which is that Israel is first and foremost a Jewish state, and as such is inherently connected to Jews the world over.
Other problems experienced in a much broader spectrum of schools include physical, psychological, and cyber bullying; discourteousness; classroom disruptions; favoritism; low teacher expectations; and inappropriate relationships.
"I think Jeremy's discourteousness might throw Americans," says Stewart Purvis, ex-CEO of Independent Television News who is now professor of television at London's City U.
Discourteousness pollutes the environment in which we work, which is unpleasant for us, and, much more importantly, may adversely affect the interest of those whom we are supposed to be serving.
Furthermore, many Ugandan reproductive health services are not "youth friendly." That is, services are not specifically prepared for, convenient to and utilized by youth, and have not attracted many adolescents because of a lack of confidentiality, the discourteousness of providers toward youth or young people's fear of embarrassment.
For example, if a group member named Jane talks about avoiding a co-worker because "he is discourteous," the facilitator might ask Jane to describe what this co-worker does that leads to the inference of discourteousness.
The most recent penalty of contempt for the court was imposed on Mohammed El-Beltagy, who was sentenced for a year in prison while the court considered his charges in the case dubbed "breaking into the eastern border." The court usually uses Article 244 of the criminal law measures to file a suit against El-Beltagy, stipulating that if any violations or discourteousness are committed in the court hearing, the court shall immediately file a lawsuit against the defendant and sentence it after hearing his lawyer and the prosecution.
The court usually uses Article 244 of the criminal law measures to file a suit against El-Beltagy, stipulating that if any violations or discourteousness have been committed in the court hearing, the court shall immediately file a suit against the defendant and shall sentence it after hearing his lawyer and the prosecution.