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Since sinabi niyo naman na hindi na kayo member na and since you are now a member of the Cabinet, do you abhor violence as a a means to show dissent against the duly-constituted authority?
While I abhor the increase in anti-Semitic incidents occurring worldwide (The rising tide of anti-Semitism, Oct.
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Some years later, the material world appears to abhor stasis.
r d: it so " A Swansea spokesman said: "As a club we abhor racism.
WHILST I abhor the violence in London and in no way wish to condone the actions of rioters this week, I feel I must express my disgust at the cartoon in The Journal on Monday.
I abhor the pop music industry's cynicism as it chases money.
Whenever Kate's mum enters Royal society, courtiers snigger "doors to manual", and we should abhor such snobbery.
Aquino, who was elected last May 10 and assumed the presidency on June 30, is known to abhor the practice of politicians of promoting themselves by placing their pictures in billboards or promotional materials of government projects.
He brings me presents that I abhor, Because I don't want to bury dead birds any more.
However much one may abhor their views they still have the right to express them peacefully and without fear.
Today, outsiders frequently buy into the image of "terrorist" Arabs who oppress women, promote religious extremism and abhor Western civilization.