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Given the line of questioning which essentially impugns Gadon rather than eliciting facts, ito ang nagpapatagal sa atin (this is the one delaying us),' Umali told reporters on Wednesday.
Our legal team was not told to impugn the integrity of Sgt McCabe NOIRIN O'SULLIVAN TD YESTERDAY
With the help of M'Lady (Milla Jovovich), D'Artagnan and the Musketeers learn of a plot masterminded by Cardinal Richelieu (Christoph Waltz) to impugn the Duke of Buckingham (Orlando Bloom) .
He was jailed after Singapore's High Court ruled that passages in his book - Once A Jolly Hangman: Singapore Justice In The Dock - impugn the impartiality, integrity and independence of the judiciary.
I was appalled to read that your writer (in "Workplace Fatalities Decline," Risk & Insurance[R], November 2006, page 38) chose to impugn President George Bush by quoting the AFL-CIO president, John Sweeney: "Yet six years of Bush administration neglect and failure of workplace health and safety have put millions of workers at increased danger.
It's easy to find anecdotes to impugn any human institution, but such stories rarely give a full, fair, or balanced picture.
These and other misstatements of fact, tales, and quotes out of context are used to impugn the reputation of a public figure who dared to ask black parents and students to exercise a greater sense of responsibility.
But yesterday the BBC made it clear at London's High Court that it never had any intention to impugn Mr Wilkey's integrity.
WHILE we here at Soldiers do occasiona//y say funny things, we certain/y would never impugn any region of this great nation.
I agonized over asking my audience about these displays since I did not wish to impugn the efforts of teachers or kids, but I was compelled to bring it up.
This perspective is not offered to impugn the dental delivery system.
To avoid any furthermisinterpretation, please allow me to state that I did not impugn the sincerity of any individual councillor or the electorate.
Seeking to impugn the patriotism of those who challenged VMI's mandated supper prayer, Jones declared that "liberal organizations" are attempting to "take away the very freedoms that these students are willing to go to war to protect.
In these articles we did not seek to attack or impugn the integrity of any of the above-named.
It would be wrong to suggest that the scandals impugn the character of millions of devoted Catholics.