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The court found him guilty of affront to public decency and insulting behaviour towards public servants in his songs, and ordered him taken straight to the cells to serve his sentence.
This is an affront to Sardar Patel because iron happens to be a symbol of apshagun ( bad omen)," Rajak said.
The Leeds North West MP said: "It is an affront to the people of Wales when England wrongly use the national anthem when England are playing.
Passing this law would be an affront to thousands of victims of Saleh's repressive rule, including the relatives of peaceful protesters shot dead last year," said Sarah Leah Whitson, the group's executive Middle East director.
It's an affront to the public's right to know," says Carol M.
MP's sometimes shift their party loyalties for many reasons, honorable and otherwise but the explanation for his behaviour offered by The Honorable David Emerson is an affront to the people of his constituency, to Canada and to the memory of great MPs who sat in the opposition benches and whose names we honor.
Due for completion in 2000, the project was seriously delayed after Italy's flamboyant former deputy of culture, Vittorio Sgarbi, attacked it as an affront to the city's heritage.
It is a big issue for Aung San Suu Kyi, and the behavior of the Burmese (Myanmar) military toward her is becoming a real affront to the international community, becoming an affront to our conscience,'' Ramos-Horta said.
I would consider it an affront and the feeling would linger.
As a hurtling-over-a-street-corner-near-you threat to the common good, there is a Catholic case to be made against SUVs, and, as anyone who has watched an SUV owner barrel blissfully through traffic can attest, they can be an affront to human dignity.
Even before synod met, a group of five current Anglican primates and two retired archbishops wrote the diocese warning that a vote for same-sex blessings "would be viewed not only as a grave affront but will also set in motion' deliberations on breaking communion" with their dioceses.
He views almost all criticism as an affront to the king, and Congress as an impertinence.