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relies on his feudal instrument that is to be rude, be impolite and talk down to people," he added.
Saleh called on the YSMO to establish a new department to censor clothing with "un-Islamic or impolite writing.
The diplomat told Sudan Tribune on the condition of anonymity, that vice-president James Wani Igga and foreign minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin were singled out from the South Sudanese delegation and made to undergo an aggressive and impolite security check on arrival to an airport in the United States from South Sudan, despite showing diplomatic passports to security operatives.
He admitted the act, arguing that she had been impolite with his father and sister, the daily said.
I started to realise that being impolite saves an awful lot of time and costs you nothing" - Jeremy Clarkson.
24, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Kids and adults will love discovering the science behind the slimy, mushy, oozy, and stinky things that occur every day in the human body at Grossology: The Impolite Science of the Human Body now on display at the Alden B.
It said: "Crossing legs is considered to be undiplomatic and very impolite.
The meeting reviewed the Privilege motion that was filed by Senator Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haidri against impolite behavior of Managing Director (MD) and General Manager of SSGC Balochistan.
Russian football gets a lot of stick for its failures in stamping out racism, so it's worrying that while the England captain is having to deny allegations of racism, Russia-based players are worried about coming across as a bit impolite.
He said: "If I may be so impolite, your track record isn't great.
Noteworthy is that the reason for the Parliament's decision was because Kinany had used impolite words against the Sadrist Legislature, Jawad al-Shuheily, during the session for questioning the Election Commission's Members.
Oh, and yes, they're uncivil, impolite and intolerant.