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Pacifism is flagrantly immoral PHIL Braithwaite applauds the pacifism of the Quakers (Letters, November 3).
These statements also flagrantly violate the national sovereignty.
I agree, these people are flagrantly ignoring the law and their own safety.
lightblueisbest Racing must be the only sport in the world where you can flagrantly disregard the rules but still win.
You ignored warnings and flagrantly disregarded notices," the judge said.
Where a retailer flagrantly runs promotions without enough stock, the OFT may act, but occasional miscalculations are unlikely to be penalised.
flagrantly ignores - resides within, deciding right and wrong based on conscience.
Just like when he flagrantly disregarded his sentence when he absconded from Dublin's Central Mental Hospital, his crossing of the border for work is showing no fear of facing any repercussions.
This implies, and I agree with him, that the court flagrantly ignored relevant precedent and informed medical opinion, as Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ably pointed out in her dissent.
It says Britain fails to prevent child sex tourism, with "repeat offenders travelling from country to country and flagrantly avoiding the stringent sex offender mechanisms in the UK".
If, as she has done, a litigant flagrantly overeggs the pudding and thus deprives the court of any sensible assistance, then he or she is likely to find that the court takes a robust view and drastically prunes the proposed budget.
Supervisor Antonovich is disappointed that the board chose to reward an operator who has flagrantly and consistently violated the county's laws and procedures,'' said Antonovich aide Paul Novak.