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Pledging the complete support of Pakistans Christian community to their Muslim brethren he said that the Christians of Pakistan were deeply hurt and distressed at this disdainful act.
They (Future Movement) are opening the Druze wounds and playing a kids' game which I don't want to call disdainful.
Sir Cyril, who was said to have weighed 29 stone at his heaviest, could be disdainful of Westminster, once branding Parliament as "the longest running farce in the West End".
I have neither the time nor the inclination to explain myself to a man who rises and sleeps under the blanket of the very freedom I provide and then questions the manner in which I provide it," a disdainful Col Jessup testifies in the climactic trial scene.
This Carmen, clearly not to be trifled with, was flirtatious and witty, but also cruel and disdainful.
WOW - she turned and gave me such a disdainful look and continued walking on the road.
Openly disdainful of current US military strategic planning and its "obsession with technological and bureaucratic machinery and their handmaiden, advertising humbug," Hanley (US Air Force Academy) calls for reforming how the US educates and trains its military officers.
The twins are privileged young men, disdainful of rules, but way over their heads.
Undoubtedly, some of the more self-righteous among us will say good riddance to those who decide to leave, disdainful of such infidelity.
Apocalyptic and piously disdainful of the carnal realities of human life, zombie cinema is a shocking, uproarious meditation on the nature of death--on what, if anything, we owe to the dead.
Rohan's feistiness is her strongest suit, although the disdainful spitting gets a bit wearing.
The term first appeared in a somewhat disdainful article published in 1949 in The New Yorker, and a popular improvisational comedy troupe, The Second City, took the name in the 1950s.