discourtesy


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He said that 'we feel insulted with such discourtesy done in the beautiful island this administration recently rehabilitated with intense and collective efforts employed by various departments and agencies of the government.'
I said they should have not committed such a discourtesy and hung up," Kang told a radio talk show.
Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry described Johnson's absence as a "huge discourtesy".
Tendering his resignation he told fellow members of the House, "I want to offer my sincere apologies to (Labour's) Baroness Lister for my discourtesy in not being in my place to answer her question on a very important matter at the beginning of questions."
International Development Minister Michael Bates apologized to another member "for my discourtesy for not being in my place to answer her question on a very important matter." Bates said Wednesday he was "thoroughly ashamed" and "shall be offering my resignation."
He said: "My Lord, with the leave of the House, I wonder if you would permit me to offer my sincere apologies to Baroness Lister for my discourtesy in not being in my place to answer her question on a very important matter at the beginning of questions.
He said: "With the leave of the House I wonder if you would permit me to offer my sincere apologies to Baroness Lister for my discourtesy for not being in my place to answer her question on a very important matter at the beginning of questions.
The arrogance and discourtesy evident from the way the ministry chooses to handle perfectly legitimate enquiries is shameful and not in accordance with the way a modern and efficient Government should operate.
At the risk of discourtesy to the West Indies, hundreds - and wickets for that matter - may be easier to attain against them than South Africa, or Australia.
The minister had said that he would soon be announcing penalties for discourtesy and misbehavior.
NEW DELHI, Sep 7 (KUNA) -- India on Wednesday summoned Pakistan High Commissioner Muhammad Abdul Basit in protest over alleged discourtesy shown to Indian High Commissioner in Pakistan Gautam Bambawale.
Meanwhile, Ashner, along with developer Steve Witkoff, criticized the company for its "ugly discourtesy to potential suitors."
He understands it was a discourtesy to the court and to yourself in particular.
Wooller in storm over colour bar question THE secretary of Glamorgan County Cricket Club, Mr Wilfred Wooller, was today accused of "discourtesy" over a letter he wrote regarding the colour bar in South African cricket.
The Spanish Armada - Fifteen Eighty-eight And the galleon from Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant sailed heavy With the wealth of verses, and we knew only About some fellow playing bowls * 'The man', according to the Italian newspaper headline, 'who said no to the Queen of England' was intending no discourtesy to the Queen, nor indeed was he casting aspersions on Admiral Drake, long dead in his hammock below, but you would need a potted history to be aware, as the faithful were, that Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant was the incumbency of Bishop William Morgan, the translator >Carwyn, by Alun Richards, is published by Parthian at PS9.99 www.parthianbooks.com