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They come across as dour, hypersensitive, ever-watchful and eager to pounce on any slight or adverse comment real or imagined against their "beautiful, mellifluous Welsh language and culture".
The Times said medium risk includes those whose tax affairs would be "likely to cause adverse comment", such as "participating in ...
He said even the chief justice had made an adverse comment about the Chief Election Commissioner.
The NHS often is the subject of adverse comment but let me say the treatment and care I received in my three-day stay was superb.
I don't recall any adverse comment about this find, its drilling or the plant itself.
Furthermore an adverse comment made on this matter by one of the leaders of the TNA had been condemned as rousing communal tension.
THE activities of university students appear to be the subject of much adverse comment these days, so I feel in all fairness the following should be noted.
The department sought comments about the final amendment through August 15 and signaled that, unless significant adverse comment was received, these revised procedures would be effective September 14.
There is an opportunity to comment on this direct final rule; however, if the agency considers any comment an "adverse comment," the direct final rule will be withdrawn and a notice of proposed rulemaking will be published.
28, 2011, unless the agency receives "significant adverse comment" by Nov.
Egan said the Turf Club was "disappointed" at the decision, while O'Grady expressed his sympathy for Mangan, whose ride had come in for adverse comment.
(65) But note that using direct final rulemaking in this context is indisputably acceptable--allowing an adverse comment to stop a rulemaking for which notice-and-comment is not required would be providing more procedure than the law requires.