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morally reprehensible

causing or able to cause nausea

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And taking to Twitter, Lisa - who was left heartbroken when husband Ant McPartlin left her and later got with their former PA Anne-Marie Corbett - liked a series of tweets about betrayal, with one reading, "I think your an inspiration to all wronged women you managed to hold your head high and maintain dignity in the face of the vilest betrayal.
Boys aged between five and 12 years of age being abused in some of the vilest ways possible."
Using utilitarian apparitions and hilarious epiphanies, "The Man Who Invented Christmas" explores British author Charles Dickens creative process while under assault by that vilest of literary boogeymen, writers block.
A Palestinian preacher called "to finish off the monstrous entity of the Jews" who are the "vilest" and "most despicable and cowardly of creatures." Palestinian preacher Ali Abu Ahmad, speaking at an Al-Aqsa Mosque rally on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem earlier this month, said the "occupation of Palestine" by the Jews, the "vilest" and "most despicable and cowardly of creatures," was due to the fall of the Islamic Caliphate, and called on Islamic armies to mobilize their forces "to finish off the monstrous entity of the Jews."
Judge Rhys Rowlands, sitting at Mold crown court, said Tucker's "deviant behaviour" from the late 1960s to early 80s against boys was "a campaign of abuse of the vilest kind".
Judge Rhys Rowlands at Mold Crown Court said Tucker's "deviant and wholly reprehensible behaviour" in the late Sixties to early Eighties was "a campaign of abuse of the vilest kind".
Ada and Mary are two very courageous heroines, they have some thrilling adventures, meet the vilest of villains and encourage their readers to learn more about history, sleuthing and to read-on for plenty of adventure.
The civilised world now rejects this as the vilest lunacy imaginable.
IN MY book, the abuse of children, sexual and otherwise, is the vilest of crime.
The deceptions perpetrated by GCHQ and NSA are sophisticated enough that people who are innocent of any crime can be painted as the vilest of criminals based on evidence manufactured by their accusers.
If I had only one request in life it would be to be transported bacK to the 19th century when the vilest of insults were routinely handed out - and people tooK them on the chin.
He reads it out: "Assad is the vilest in the world and foulest in the nation."
Friend Kelly Jones said: "The trial was the vilest thing I've ever done.
Operation Itchy Bum Niki Daly (Hodder, pounds 4.99) When Alistair's mum starts to date one of the vilest teachers in his school, you can imagine how distraught the lad feels.
"Not only did the American government of the time not think deeply and realistically about the kind of formidable enemy and terrain it was taking on back in 2001 when it attacked one of the most untameable of countries, it also did not, for some reason, ever imagine it could be dealt the vilest double deal in its history by its partner in the war on terror," it observed.