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Patronizing attitude (saaraksana), in general, we must realize, is a complex and strategic political act and value for today's Untouchable.
In the case of Vice President, I don't think nangyari na na may subpoena so hindi naming napag uusapan na subpoena ang VP pero walang dahilan na isang city mayor kahit Binay ang apelyido nya ay mag aakto na parang untouchable or above the law," the senator added.
Ambedkar gained a reputation as a scholar and practiced law for a few years, later campaigning by publishing journals advocating political rights and social freedom for India's untouchables.
He's obviously not as untouchable as he thought, though, as the next second he got a fist in the face.
But it proves, with the right investigation, they are not untouchable, they do make mistakes, and if we do our jobs properly and the courts do their jobs properly, we do get results.
Keil claims Gallogley told him Macrae was killed because he was given photos incriminating The Untouchables.
THERE are around 150 criminals classed as untouchable by Britain's National Crime Intelligence Squad.
STEPHEN McMANUS last night hailed Shunsuke Nakamura as a genius - and Celtic's best player since the untouchable Henrik Larsson.
I hope United think like that, though, because they're not untouchable.
The undercover police operation that snared a gang of drug dealers has shown no criminal is untouchable.