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Had not the nats campaigned for their language to be taught to their children and to have equal status in their own country there would be no language Before sneering at and ridiculing the nats perhaps it would be wiser for some people to take stock, and consider thanking the nats for having their positions today
A THUG who battered five pups to death walked sneering from court yesterday.
Lomax imagined Bush avoiding execution of white women because it might be politically costly; Tucker Carlson reported Bush sneering at Tucker's plea for clemency (even making up things she never said) to show how macho tough he is when it comes to state murder.
Just as Pa is beginning to count the money again for the 5,752 time, the door bursts open and in leaps Fargo Fink, sneering so nastily that the table begins to shake.
Think of laughter as democratic and sneering as elitist.
The last thing he wants to do is use this as an occasion for sneering, for sneers would get in the way of survival.
techno and rave machinery -- even as it thrills the masses with Megadeth's trademark crunchy, distorted guitar riffwork and sneering vocals on a heap of new titles, "Prince of Darkness," "Seven," and "Doctor's Calling" among them.
And then we, the voters, will stop sneering at them in return.
Commenting on the exchange, a Labour source said: "This was a sneering and snobbish remark by the Prime Minister.
What is more, you appear to be sneering at your own readers, since your correspondents have been consistently hostile to splitting the library.
While there are three new songs here, including the catchy Avril-like single ``Wake Up,'' the only real standout is ``Break My Heart,'' a pop-punk gem with rock beats, heavy guitars and sneering vocals that gives Duff an edge she's never revealed before.
Larry Hagman, pictured left, the sneering villain of Southfork, is as nice a guy as you could wish to meet.