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In fact, in a letter to the team's president, Reid called the Redskins name a racial slur that disparages the American people.
New Delhi, Sep 27 ( ANI ): Asserting that India will never condone any act which disparages religious sentiments or hurts religious feelings, President Pranab Mukherjee has strongly condemned the offensive video on YouTube, which has sparked off disturbances across the globe.
With 40 million people infected with HIV worldwide (about two thirds of them in impoverished sub-Saharan Africa), Tobias disparages generics and sexual transmission education--and supports condoms only as a last resort for "high-risk" populations.
515), yet it disparages many of them while refraining from negative critique of the scriptures or the Law as such.
"All applications of social care are the result of an erroneous marriage and family policy and an ideology that disparages maternity and paternity," he said.
Steinkuller says that while automakers themselves haven't necessarily lobbied for specific legislation harmful to ARA members, some do make statements in their literature that "casts doubt and disparages the recycled automotive part." He adds that this is ironic, given the fact that the vast majority of the parts sold by ARA members are OEM parts from the same manufacturers.
She disparages the education she received, but it clearly honed her writing skills and gave her knowledge that has proved enriching and useful to her.
John Dixon Hunt, the noted garden historian, disparages landscape architects for pragmatically lacking a theoretical basis for design.
In Oregon, voters face a proposal that would allow public schools to teach material that disparages people on the basis of their sexual orientation.