impudent


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marked by casual disrespect

improperly forward or bold

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Regarding "the Impudent" case, he said that the judges had been presented with information about the rooms where the abducted had been held and with the testimony of two protected witnesses.
ACROSS 1 Sugared; 2 Roundhead; 3 Expect; 5 Hair; 6 Recorder; 7 Slash; 8 Abdomen; 11 Knuckle; 14 Winston; 17 Terrorise; 18 Impudent; 19 Glasgow; 22 Weekend; 23 Stench; 25 Drake; 27 Pure.
Welbeck's impudent back-heel set up Anderson for the second and Tottenham had given the game up for dead by the time Wayne Rooney netted from close range.
It is high time for the state to determinedly stand on the road of this injustice or otherwise it will become the accom-plice in this impudent abuse of its own citizens.
The Tom Foley-trained grey, sent off an unconsidered 16/1 shot, held off back-toform Impudent by a neck with favourite Valain finishing well in third, only a head adrift, after a costly mistake at the second last flight.
But a superb jump at the final fence handed the initiative back to the 11-year-old, and Robinson became the first amateur since Eric McKeever, on Impudent Barney in 1931, to win the great race.
Of course, Becki, Gwenno and Rose Pipette are effortlessly stylish with polkadot dresses, but their impudent style and stage persona doesn't come across in all the songs.
If we meekly accept this impudent order, the invisible men in Brussels will feel emboldened to try and resuscitate the corpse of the EU Constitution.
When Ezekiel was given his 'cure of souls' - the 'impudent, stubborn and rebellious' people of Israel - his heart sank.
The judge told Slater: "Student accommodation is often an easy target and this was an impudent offence.
6 Thomas Nozkowski (Max Protetch Gallery, New York) Nozkowski's wonderful paintings were abstract and comical, featuring carnival-colored balloons emptied of speech and uncertain shapes that looked as if they were based on pink underpants, waving like impudent banners.
It's ironic that "The Term Paper Artist" should be at the center of such a controversy: The story is an impudent satirical portrait of a writer who's recovering from mistreatment by the media and by his colleagues in publishing.
Then Cadette left two defenders in his wake with an impudent piece of trickery and his low centre hit Gayle's boot on the way in.
Small in stature, but with a very big jump, Ballard was an impudent partner and fiery soloist, especially in the third act.
Read how Vice President Spiro Agnew, with the help of trusty speechwriter Pat Buchanan, tried to make the press an issue, calling it an "effete corps of impudent snobs." Read how it all failed.