irreverence


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lack of proper respect

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an irreverent mental attitude

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'It is a puzzle that despite the failure of President Rodrigo Duterte to deliver most of his campaign promises, his irreverence to established institutions, including the Catholic Church, his unpatriotic surrender to China's expansionism in the West Philippine Sea, his policy equivocation, and his antihuman rights record, he still enjoys a high popularity rating across classes in his second year in office,' Laghman said in a statement.
DENVER: A heady sense of irreverence hangs over the debut album from Kuwaisiana, a US-based indie outfit led by Kuwaiti singer-songwriter +Aziz.
Taken collectively, these eight short stories reveal Appel's genuine gift for narrative driven storytelling that borders on a kind of prose poetry delivered with humor, irreverence, and a very special linguistic vibrance.
With endlessly colorful wit, Irish poet and satirist Kevin Higgins offers an assortment of new and selected poems that rip into life and politics with "teeth or, at least, dentures." Bursting with bathos as he riffs off of Wordsworth, Milton, and Burns or turning to absurdity the psalmic similes in the title poem, Higgins's verse revels in pastiche and political irreverence.
"She is a fireball of mischief and irreverence. I think she'll be brilliant as the Doctor" - Steven Moffat, the outgoing Doctor Who boss, on actress Jodie Whittaker, the first female Time Lord.
For their playful new collaboration with Italian brand Seletti, the firm's breed of irreverence takes on a whole new flavor.
Nor humour or irreverence that might disturb the equilibrium with such important dates ahead.
Known as King Tom, Pendergast's irreverence for federal statutes in favor of bare-knuckled local capitalism allowed Kansas City to emerge as the Paris of the Plains.
ENGLISH Football League chief executive Shaun Harvey has asked for the Checkatrade Trophy to be judged at the end of the season as dwindling attendances and perceived irreverence from clubs leave it ripe for criticism.
Combining enthusiasm, knowledge and the right dash of irreverence to show he has it all in reasonable perspective, he makes a strong case for 1971 being just about the most important year in rock.
"We've lost someone who linked the nation together with his impish humour and irreverence."
Lacking the wit and irreverence of the original, this so-so sequel again stars Robert Downey Jnr as the heavy metal superstar.
THE LAST LEG C4 10pm Irreverence, topical humour and banter galore as Adam Hills (right), Alex Brooker and Josh Widdicombe are joined by a special guest star and a wild studio audience to cast their comedic eye over the week's events.
After bringing a shot of scrappy irreverence to the alien-invasion genre with "Crabbers" (2012), writer-helmer Jon Wright here adopts a kid-oriented approach to the same theme: This tale of tough tykes taking on intergalactic androids is more Saturday-morning television than midnight movie.
Together, the selections that make up the text argue that the irreverence and playfulness these authors found in the work of Shakespeare are essential features of their own writing.