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These people need to acknowledge the massive negative impact their actions have on an area and should begin to show regard for a neighbourhood's appearance and respect for the people who live there.
He expanded on the theme in a later address at a commemorative concert, saying Russia respected other countries' interests, and "we ask that all of them show regard for our legal interests, including the restoration of historical justice and the right to self-determination.
He expanded on the theme of righting a historic wrong with Crimea's return to Russia in a later address at a commemorative concert, saying Moscow respected other countries' interests and "we ask that all of them show regard for our legal interests, including the restoration of historical justice and the right to self-determination.
Nor did he show regard for the rights of an 18-year-old woman that he bound and raped at knifepoint at the house.
I urge member states to show regard for the common European good while, at the same time, standing firm for disciplined financial management.
I HAVE no sympathy with Mike Olley's opinion that we should "forget the veil, let's ban boorish bigots instead" (Mail, July 19) It seems that my right to expect those who wear the veil to show regard for my feelings and custom are being denied.
To borrow from Bourdieu's reflections on the gift, once the offering is accepted the recipient is " 'obliged,' expected to show his gratitude towards his benefactor or at least to show regard for him, go easy on him, pull his punches, lest he be accused of ingratitude" (Bourdieu 199).
Though Raymond Charles Yellowknee, now 35, has had repeated impulses to get behind the wheel after drinking hard, seeming not "to show regard for endangering other people's lives and obviously does not fear harming himself," according to one correctional officer, he cannot be jailed indefinitely.
Also with Paul, we will show regard for spiritualities of ascent as yearnings for the God who came to us in the flesh of Jesus Christ, not by our effort but as gift and promise.
Teachers who show regard for adolescents' views are more effective in helping them make educated choices about their sexuality.