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I guess there'll be nothing disrespectful in it if you're careful to speak respectfully.
Svidrigailov treated her very rudely and used to make disrespectful and jeering remarks at table.
The point I am trying to make is that you can't just throw this disrespectful stuff around and expect anyone to really believe it.
The Labour leader would be branded a disrespectful, unpatriotic cheapskate who is unfit to be Prime Minister and would insult veterans if he dared show his face at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday.
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A BRITISH graduate blamed for triggering an earthquake by posing naked on a sacred mountain knows what she did was "stupid and disrespectful and is very sorry for the offence that she has caused", her father said today.
A) At the present moment it is disrespectful talking about Newcastle and their situation because they have a manager.
Cookson said: "I'm sure that Ge omas means well, but frankly I think that's completely inappropriate and disrespectful.
Fenlon believes Baraclough's comments were disrespectful to the League and his former club Sligo Rovers, with whom he won a league title in 2012 and the 2013 FAI Cup.
Speaking in a statement released through the region's Labour Party, she added: "To call an election before Bob is even put to rest is in my view disrespectful to Bob and all his good work.
23 ( ANI ): Manchester United's reason behind David Moyes' sacking is that the club felt that it would have been disrespectful to begin the process of searching for a successor behind the Scot's back, while he was still in charge.
Vicente Ballesteros said in a statement: "I am certain that Seve would have found this proposal to be in very bad taste and very disrespectful.