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Luis Gutierrrez, have kept quiet about their condoning of criminality as have corporate media who have allowed this condition to develop.
From a public relations standpoint, though, the NCAA has to show it's concerned about condoning any kind of gambling, which will reportedly generate about $63.
MSP Donald Gorrie accused Glasgow Council Leader Charlie Gordon of condoning the material.
Glasgow is condoning unacceptable sectarian propaganda.
Does Ann Landers know that she is condoning perversion?
Failing to act immediately has the implicit effect of condoning the behavior and allowing top management to run around half-cocked, arrogantly dismiss the board's actions.
Life, ``Being a teacher means you have learned''), I am distressed by her apparent inability to distinguish ``judgmental'' from ``moral,'' confusing a nonjudgmental attitude with condoning immorality.
If some else's behavior differs from my standard of morality, I can convey my distress by not condoning or colluding with that behavior.
Condoning absences is not exactly the best message for young people who will eventually need to hold jobs.
Lipson further accused Cardoza of condoning the illegal testing by giving lab officials a ``wink and a nod'' in the form of legal advice that such violations cannot bar the introduction of test evidence in court.
Sun-Diamond, based in Pleasanton, was convicted in September of making and condoning illegal gifts to Espy when he was agriculture secretary.
Smith, who has been accused by one lawyer of condoning the beatings, recently announced he would retire because of a heart condition.