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He added that for about a whole year, politicians used foul language and leveled allegations against each other which was not a healthy trend but PTI was responsible for introducing this culture.
He was speaking after five amateur refs in mid-Wales quit because of foul language and abuse, sparking fears grassroots soccer could be hit by a referee shortage.
Nevertheless, the field surveillance section had, over the past years, seized and confiscated some talking toys with foul language, which the consumer may sometimes do not even know their meaning.
Society has no place for such foul language but then again these words may well be part of her daily vocabulary.
How dare these clowns can use these foul language in big gatherings where you see both sexes in attendance.
She warned the members saying that there are rules for the people who use foul language for the assembly speaker.
Further, MQM chief had used foul language for the PTI women supporters upon which PTI and MQM came face to face.
The opposition have severally critised her for demeaning the chair of the chief minister by using such foul language, generally associated with roadside brawl.
Girls were screaming and laughing and a man was using foul language.
This doesn't mean that foul language should be used.
So, we ask why he did he use foul language on his Twitter account to insult all Arab leaders and their supporters?
NEIL LENNON and Celtic are set for an explosive battle with SFA after the manager was accused of using foul language to referee Calum Murray and charged by Hampden chiefs last night.