impolitely


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in an impolite manner

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The Egyptian woman mocked the Emirati official and spoke impolitely to him, and pushed him in front of other passengers.
"Over the last few months those associated with the ruling party have warned me - politely, impolitely - not to work on new TV projects and told me - "we will never allow them to happen", today I was told a 45 minute meeting held on how to stop me, smear me, malign me, tap me," Ms.
'Over the last few months those associated with the ruling party have warned me - politely, impolitely - not to work on new TV projects and told me - 'we will never allow them to happen', today I was told a 45 minute meeting held on how to stop me, smear me, malign me, tap me,' Ms.
For instance, the author mentions people in Punjab ordering tea 'rudely' in their colloquial language, referring to Punjabi as a common language and generalising that customers in the region would ask for tea impolitely. In another place, I felt it was rather less anthropological and more of a Westerner's observation of the East when the author refers to a person having tea in a cafe in Iran as 'poorly dressed,' without providing any additional or further details.
She prepares ginger root tea for Xiao'e during Harbin's freezing winter and tells her to "come home early in the evening" (26) even after the young tenant behaves impolitely and says offensive words to her.
Meantime, a bearded immigration officer opened my luggage, meticulously examined my portable typewriter, emptied my shoulder bag and turned to the Qaddafi watch as if he found a spy gadget, thoroughly checked it and then impolitely asked incoherently: 'What was your business in Libya?
Upon further investigations I gathered that an intemperate ragged man that Nairobians impolitely continue to brand as 'madmen', made an unprovoked assault on the statue, knocked off the head, tucked it under his arm and ran off.
On 6 August 2017, Hasan Nawaz and his sons were shopping in Morrisons when Shahbaz Ayub Qureshi approached Hasan and struck up conversation and then started speaking impolitely to him and filmed his children, as shown in the video footage.
On 6 August 2017, Hasan Nawaz and his sons were shopping in Morrison's when Shahbaz Ayub Qureshi approached Hasan and struck up conversation and then started speaking impolitely to him and filmed his children, as shown in the video footage.
When being treated impolitely, unfairly, and disrespectfully by customers in the workplace, employees experience negative emotions that may compel them to handle customers through counterproductive behaviors (Cropanzano, Rupp, & Byrne, 2003).
It also refers to the way in which speakers use these strategies either directly or indirectly, politely or impolitely, as influenced by their cultures and ideological perceptions.
Within this approach, researchers conceptualize incivility as interactions in which people yell, name-call, swear, and otherwise behave impolitely (Ben-Porath, 2010; Borah, 2014; Fridkin & Kenney, 2008; Mutz, 2015).
Recently alerted to the fact that its existence is maintained by racialized state violence everywhere from the border to the supermarket, a self-aware segment of the liberal bourgeoisie is newly eager to celebrate black and brown writers who offer a frisson of novelty, itself derived from white-supremacist rule, alongside conveniently unchallenging suggestions on how to overcome that rule: Strive to work with appropriately qualified people of color, avoid impolitely touching strangers' hair, count your privileges like blessings.
And to judge by the quality of most of the content that thrusts itself impolitely before our gaze, excellent wordsmiths are in sadly short supply.
knee in petitioner's back and that petitioner impolitely told him