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Nonetheless, that has not stopped him from expressing disdain for his own justice department, or from seeking to use the judicial process as a means of retaliating against political opponents.
Farook later introduced Marquez to radical Islamic ideology, which included expressing disdain towards Muslims in the US military who killed other Muslims, as well as discussing the extremist views of the now-deceased Imam and Islamic lecturer Anwar Al Aulaqi," said the Justice Department.
Multiculturalism is a self-destructive ideology," he said, expressing disdain for Norway s generous immigration policy.
Washington, may 25 (ANI): Sarah Palin's staff has given her a headache by expressing disdain for some conservative personalities and even criticizing her daughter on the social networking site Twitter.
Expressing disdain for the civilian leadership, Gen.
Lacking actual case law supporting her legal theory, she cited the animated cartoon "South Park" as proof that feces is a common means of expressing disdain.
Hertsgaard expresses skepticism about the evidence uncovered by my House Judiciary Committee staff and others regarding the deliberate disenfranchisement of voters in Ohio, while expressing disdain for the "know-it-all" tone of skeptics.
Count me among this second group for whom expressing disdain for a man who showed the kind of courage that is beyond our conception would be the cruellest form of criticism.
The night of splendour was recorded in a glossy monograph with inscriptions such as `Our Congratulations to One of the Century's Most Extraordinary Individuals', endorsed by companies whose executives are on record as expressing disdain for the man.
2) Until the reader is well into the book, he will wonder why on earth that message ever needed to be written yet again, let alone so well, for we already have Albert Camus's L'etranger, which starts off on much the same note, expressing disdain for a mother's death with the deliberate intention of alienating the reader.