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A state Department of Justice investigator also found 210 exploitive images linked to Graham posted on a Web site known as Flickr, Luh wrote.
Kendrick said the student newspaper is partly supported by fees paid by students, and the ad is exploitive and demeaning.
Council officials have highlighted an illegal trade in child trafficking with criminal gangs bringing young people to the Midlands and forcing them into the sex industry or exploitive labour.
The proposed rule would create a presumption that sexual conduct begun after the representation starts is exploitive.
For her part, Ricci refutes any suggestions that the movie is exploitive or misogynistic.
vengeful, pitiless, exploitive, manipulative, dishonest, cheaters, prejudiced, meanspirited, militant, nationalistic and two-faced.
But we wish to emphasize the exploitive nature of transplant tourism-both the human rights of the donor, and for the well-being of the transplant recipient.
But most worrying is the sexual denigration of women who are shown only as cheap, contemptible sexual commodities, fit only to be subjected to an amazing and disgusting range of exploitive, violent and degrading activities.
In his essay, "Gay Asian-American Male Seeks Home" in the September-October 2005 issue, Chong-suk Han erroneously defines a "rice queen" as an exploitive older white male.
She said: "I'm the first to admit that the Swordfish scene was very exploitive.
Another of the producers, Scott Hallock, added: "You might get the impression from the title that it is somehow salacious or exploitive.
Grace, a devout Christian, has long been at odds with her rebellious sister and disapproves of her new vocation--one that she feels is blasphemous and exploitive.