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The President stated that Pakistan abhorred terrorism in all its forms and manifestations while underscoring the need to have resolute determination to defeat the evil forces of terrorism from our region.
The treatment of detainees at Guantanamo Bay by the USA is abhorred by all, regardless of race or religion.
Speaking following a board meeting to discuss the future of the show, Mr Johnson said the board abhorred racismand profoundly regretted any offence caused to viewers.
Speaking outside Channel 4's offices following a board meeting to discuss the future of the show, Mr Johnson said the channel's board abhorred racism and profoundly regretted any offence caused to viewers.
Dream unkempt, magnetically abhorred by the onanistic
What they didn't know was how much I truly abhorred his different positions, especially his stance on homosexuality.
And perhaps it is partly the vacuum so abhorred by nature that I created by leaving this post, eventually to work for the Presbyterians, that has resulted in another David Harris moving in to fill the void.
We invade Iraq because of what Saudis did on 9-11; we bomb the heck out of its capital so that they will be ``shocked and awed'' into accepting what we deem will be a better form of government for them; we fail to provide civil order after the chaos we unleashed; and then we engage in the conduct we abhorred in the ``evildoers.
This is why people are even able to entertain the attitude that manual labor for low pay is a moral evil to be abhorred.
Not every slave was interested in leaving the plantation, even if they abhorred slavery.