discourtesy


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The investigation did not prove or disprove the charge of discourtesy and the allegation was deemed not sustained.
During this charade the respondents' management had the profound discourtesy of having a taxi waiting outside the room where Mr Cook and his fellow applicant Mr Walker were informed that they were potentially redundant in order `to ferry' these members of management to their next appointment.
Having displayed a combination of discourtesy, condescension and ineptness in a single statement, it makes one wonder whether Tonks is really up to the job.
He added: "She has been the subject of a consistent and long-standing campaign of discourtesy by the defender and her children.
Over-familiarity is based on ignorance and discourtesy, and whilst he may be annoyed at the tone of my letter I don't seek to anger him further by being discourteous.
Discourtesy - Complainant alleged an officer asked him, "Do you have some sort of problem?
The department's citizen complaint procedures are vastly more open and accessible than in the past, and discourtesy toward citizens is viewed more seriously, Hill said.
And, most of all, it is a gross discourtesy to their customers.
Neither Walters nor his agent has been in touch with anyone at the Racecourse to confirm the switch, a discourtesy that clearly annoyed the manager.
But the discourtesy shown to him by the SFA when he was one of four candidates to replace Alex McLeish as Scotland boss still rankles.
Lord Justice Leveson insisted the ministers must sign a confidentiality pledge, adding: "I mean absolutely no discourtesy.
Ladbrokes do not deserve similar discourtesy - after all, sponsors contribute more than pounds 17 million towards prize-money and are entitled to a decent level of exposure.
I therefore convict Merseyside Probation Service of gross discourtesy -- and the jury is out on the charge of incompetence.
The allegation of discourtesy was not sustained, meaning investigators were unable to determine whether the officer's actions violated policy.
In other words, elected officials merit courtesy and a soapbox to say whatever they want; ordinary people get discourtesy and can't even say what they believe about city issues.