stinging words

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In his opening speech for the conference, President Tomas Brunegard touched on problems facing journalists all over the world, though he saved some particularly stinging words for the situation in Turkey, saying that, "Turkey has become, for journalists, the world's largest prison.
p la wi that "B t i "But if they lose it'll be seen to be a repeat of what went on in the League and it could certainly put pressure on him, " Four years on from those stinging words, Galway have had highs and lows, but whether they're any closer to that elusive All-Ireland is a moot point.
Jamie's stinging words come after Tennis Scotland president Ian Conway and his deputy Jacqui Duncan quit due to concerns over the recruitment process for staff.
But that did little to convince Verheijen, who had some stinging words for Alex Ferguson's replacement.
The visitors appeared for the second half a full five minutes before Accies with stinging words of boss Alexander in their ears.
If the stinging words delivered by Robson in the White Hart Lane press room after the match were the same ones he used in the visitors' dressing-room, it was no wonder the Albion players were left so visibly smarting when they picked their way back on to the coach.
THE notorious Yorkshire Ripper hoaxer known as Wearside Jack was sent to prison with a judge's stinging words in his ears.
Cllr Anderson's stinging words outraged the Liberal Democrat benches and prompted Cllr Bradley to call for an end to council name-calling
We receive stinging words (and hopefully some praising words too) in class, then in the rehearsal studio, then in reviews.
Last week's 31-17 defeat at Fylde dropped Lions to tenth in National Division Three North and prompted some stinging words in tomorrow's match programme.
The near miss, probably married to some stinging words from boss Micky Adams, clearly inspired the Foxes for the second period.