impugning


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Related to impugning: postliminary, maligning, supervening
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Glenn Christenson, the Company's executive vice president and chief financial officer, said "We are very disappointed that the Union has decided to continue their reckless tactics in the press of falsely impugning the integrity of our Company.
Summary: The Publications Court in Beirut charged Free Patriotic Movement official Adonis Akra, a political science professor at Balamand University, of impugning the reputation of the Lebanese Army and the judiciary in his book entitled "When my Name Became 16.
He said of the court case and pounds 2 million fine: "It will no doubt be trumpeted by the Serious Fraud Office as a great success, albeit only achieved by impugning the integrity of former directors.
A tall, neatly dressed man who bears a strong resemblance to actor James Caan, he once calmed down a knife-wielding employee who threatened to kill a co-worker for supposedly impugning his honor.
To pour salt into the wounds, more and more bishops are now trespassing into the arena of politics and insisting on impugning the consciences of Catholic candidates and legislators who don't denounce abortion or criminalize its use by withholding the sacraments from them.
Today Hackney is back professing history at Penn, and the Christian Coalition's ex-mastermind has just led the Georgia Republican Party to senatorial victory by impugning the Democratic incumbent, a triple amputee, for unpatriotic thoughts.
Finally, please God, let there be no Catholic publication that will take sides in the 2000 or any other political campaign, impugning one or the other candidate.
People expect government to reflect the vision that I suggested,'' he said, impugning his fellow Democrats.