discourtesy


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Opposition leader in the House of Lords, Baroness Smith of Basildon, stated, "An apology is sufficient for a minor discourtesy.
Opposition leader in the Lords Baroness Smith of Basildon, sought to reassure the peer after his departure, saying: "An apology is sufficient for a minor discourtesy.
The post Constant arrogance and discourtesy from the interior ministry on the issue of crematoriums appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
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.
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.
Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoy-lu also chided Gauck for his statements, calling them a "diplomatic discourtesy.
All of which illustrates that by surrendering administrative authority to a microprocessor -- thereby abdicating common sense and responsibility -- government risks more than discourtesy.
In the meantime, he considers the activists' discourtesy to be incorrect.
Not to use them, is total discourtesy to other drivers.
Mr Hay added: "While debate can be robust, it is not acceptable for the tone or nature of remarks to come close to discourtesy or disorder here within the chamber.
I apologise again to Chris for perceived discourtesy to a fellow parent but he could equally have discussed it calmly with me at the time.
Your solution seems so elegant: Use the very tools of this man's discourtesy to teach him a lesson about respect.
Although I see a great deal of discourtesy in this word, as if it means that people are of two kinds, elites and C* what about the others, savages?
Because, besides the rudeness and the discourtesy, the intolerable threat this was, it was a huge diplomatic blunder.