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unequivocally detestable

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example, to look into the possibility of repudiating or renegotiating our 'odious' debts, among other initiatives'.
They also are obsessed with employing the odious Danny Dyer even though he continues to swear on live TV.
FRENCH President-elect Emmanuel Macron has revealed he has to deal with regular "odious" accusations that he is gay.
Given IDS's petulant, idiotic grandstanding and all-round offensiveness, if we do stay in and Cameron remains at No10, he will finally cast this odious creature back to his richly deserved oblivion.
PARIS, June 11 (KUNA) -- France on Wednesday condemned as "an odious act" fresh reports of violence and sexual assault against women in Cairo's Tahrir Square, which has been the scene of such attacks during mass rallies for some time.
THE British, of course, have a known weakness for the departed, but I wonder with what words the family of that thoroughly odious Essex burglar who died after robbing a pensioner's home, will remember him.
He was a prodigious and talented author, playwright, and poet who lived his life as a "nonstop street theater performance." Lucy Hughes-Hallett's biography is a fascinating portrait of a man often regarded as both brilliant and odious.
The concept of odious debt was established in international law by Alexander Nahum Sack, a Russian born jurisprudence expert, in a paper published in Paris in 1927.
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius condemned the attack as an "odious act" and vowed to catch those responsible.
Seldom could you find a more odious man; a man without scruple or empathy or any apparent evidence of having a decent bone contained in his scrawny body.
SCOTTISH MPs are supposed to fight our corner at Westminster, so who knows what Labour's Jim Murphy was thinking when he described my column on Trident last week as an "odious misrepresentation".
Sovereign finance and the poverty of nations; odious debt in international law.
RAID says that the debts incurred by the ousted president who fled the country on January 14, 2011 are considered as 'odious debts "and denounces the commitment of Tunisian authorities to repay them.
Which makes the extremely odious sight of the Conservative Party and their Liberal sidekicks applauding Grasping George The Granny Taxer as he announced his plans to bleed pensioners in order to make the rich even richer the most damning indictment yet of this government.