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Sometimes these tufts impart a rather brigandish expression to his otherwise solemn countenance.
playing a main role, instigated the EU, Japan and its other followers to fake up again a brigandish document defiling the system in the DPRK and infringing upon its sovereignty on the basis of all sorts of lies and fabrications.
has become more frantic in its military exercises and arms buildup on the peninsula and in its vicinity for the purpose of launching the second Korean war since it made a de facto ''declaration of war'' against the DPRK through the recent brigandish adoption of a UNSC resolution.
Bush, ''in utter disregard of the DPRK's reasonable proposal,'' raised ''the arrogant and brigandish demand that the DPRK scrap its nuclear program first in a complete, verifiable and irreversible manner.
however, took a more hard-line stand and raised undisguised brigandish demands worse than its repeated call for the DPRK's 'abandonment of its nuclear weapons program first,''' he was quoted as saying.
The statement declared invalid the "illegal and brigandish " Northern Limit Line (NLL) drawn up at the end of the 1953 Korean War, but never recognized by North Korea.