egregious


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conspicuously bad or offensive

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conspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible

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The documents continued: "The damages alleged in the Underlying Lawsuits arose out of pre-meditated, forcible sexual assault, pervasive and egregious sexual harassment, physical assault and battery and other intentional and deliberate conduct by Mr.
The AANS had been sued by a neurosurgeon whose membership was suspended after a hearing that determined his expert testimony in a certain case had been egregious.
Even when violations are intentional, it is doubtful that courts would find suppression of the resulting statements an inadequate remedy unless intentional violations are so pervasive, or so egregious, that an additional deterrent is deemed necessary.
Identification and expedited assignment of the most egregious nonfilers.
For those who remember--and refuse to forget--the racially charged "Scottsboro Nine" incident, 1931 was a year marked by one of the most egregious injustices ever perpetrated against African Americans.
Bankers Trust was ordered to pay a hefty $60 million fine for the egregious violation.
Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia found that, to qualify for a punitive damages award, the employer's discriminatory actions must be egregious.
The differential is especially egregious when there are cross-payments due -- which may net to zero (or even result in the taxpayer's being a net creditor of the government) -- and yet those payments create an interest charge to the taxpayer.
Priests who were caught in or admitted to serious sin were stripped of their clerical status, and the most egregious sinners, even after receiving absolution, were required to live as monks.
While this isn't a particularly egregious case, there is no apparent reason for the use of the drug.
The title of this book is misleading, since it is essentially an edition of Samuel Harsnett's A Declaration of Egregious Popish Impostures, 1603, with elaborate notes and an excellent introduction putting Harsnett in context, especially in his political and theological context.
Ziolkowski began taking these photographs as a response t one of the more egregious manifestations of the fear surrounding AIDS in the late '80s.
We took a look at [NRDC's figures] and didn't find any egregious errors.
This privately-owned city 'resource' is not being renewed in sufficient quantities, yet owners as a group are being buffeted by some of the most egregious developments," he pointed out, and cited the following eight problem-areas for owners:
The papers are titled "Elimination of the Most Egregious US Environmental Pollutants and Global Warming Mitigation" and "Control of Global Warming via Transition from a Carbon-Based to a Hydrogen-Based Fuel Economy.