scurrilous


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Lokur said after Gujarat Police alleged Sharma had retained the scurrilous charges in the plea for CBI probe despite an order of the court to remove them.
This is a scurrilous, irresponsible and mischievous report.
After the Leader's unwise comments about refuse collection we now have Darren Millar's scurrilous and unsubstantiated allegations about Council staff "feigning illness" to skip work.
What he may not do, however, is attempt to dignify his disdain for hunters by his scurrilous comment on the tragic death of Ernest Hemingway, that is, that Hemingway hunted wild game--killed, to be blunt about it--and therefore his death by his own hand by means of a firearm is somehow poetic justice.
And the more resistance McCarthy and Cohn encountered, the more scurrilous their attacks became.
Your article and scurrilous cartoon impugning the integrity of our armed services left me reeling in disbelief.
Reacting to the settlement, he said: 'It seems to be the easiest thing in the world these days to make scurrilous accusations against Muslims, and in my case it directly impacts on my relief work and damages my reputation as an artist.
How hollow the scurrilous charges of racism or ``Islamophobia'' will ring, now that the United States is helping to install an Arab and Muslim leadership, one chosen and supported by the predominantly Arab and Muslim population.
The most fun to be had from this book will be the arguments it causes about which of DeLay's antics is most scurrilous, is it his turning over his office to industry lobbyists to write legislation?
Kelly for more than two years, but even so it is still hard to believe it would stoop as low as it did in this latest outrage -- basing scurrilous allegations against him on a self-published work of fiction written by a vengeful ex-girlfriend.