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I totally disagree with Phil because, in my opinion, pacifism is flagrantly immoral.
In our view, no litigant can avail of any discretionary remedy from the court by wilfully and flagrantly disobeying the orders of the court," a bench of justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Rajiv Shakdher observed, rejecting a plea by the IPG challenging an earlier single-judge bench order declaring their strike as "illegal".
Rejecting the plea of Indian Pilots Guild (IPG), which is spearheading the agitation by over 200 pilots, the court said, "In our view, no litigant can avail of any discretionery remedy from the court by willfully and flagrantly disobeying the orders of the court.
In our view, no litigant can avail of any discretionary remedy from the court by willfully and flagrantly disobeying the orders of the court.
The New York Times quoted White House and immigration officials, as saying earlier this week that they would exercise "prosecutorial discretion" to focus enforcement efforts on cases involving criminals and people who have flagrantly violated immigration laws.
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.
flagrantly ignores - resides within, deciding right and wrong based on conscience.
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.
Mickael Eneramo flagrantly extended his arm while diving to poke home from point-blank range and give the Tunisian side a narrow victory that saw them reach the Champions League final.