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Her behaviour was appallingly selfish, so it's great news she's been hit with a PS1,000 penalty Coun Nigel
I don't know how if it was then when I read that poem that I did just understand for hundreds of years human beings have treated badgers appallingly - using them for baiting, and I don't want to be associated with that in a modern form of culling them.
Over 893 million animals are still killed for meat each year in the United Kingdom, most of them living appallingly short lives in squalid conditions and facing a terrifying death.
On sentencing Judge Peter Ross said: "It is hard for anyone to understand how a young man can be so appallingly violent by the flick of a switch.
For after all the bombing in Afghanistan, the overthrow of the Taliban, the invasion of Iraq and its appallingly tragic aftermath, can anyone claim today that they feel safer than they did a year ago?
TWO parish councillors who acted appallingly towards a colleague who was mourning the death of his wife, even questioning pounds 20 the council spent on a wreath, have been suspended.
We must choose between the Democrats who support abortion in all circumstances but who otherwise have a fairly decent social justice program, or the Republicans, whose leader (Bush), against the heartfelt pleadings of our beloved "Santo Subito" John Paul II, got us into the most appallingly unjust war since Vietnam, when he invaded Iraq.
She's Andrea, assistant to an appallingly demanding fashion magazine editor, played by Meryl Streep.
There is nothing funny about this man at all--in a book that otherwise might be seen as an adolescent comedy of errors--and his final horrific attack on John is appallingly real, even if the rescue seems unreal.
So sings a campfire strummer from a theme-park Wild West town about the chameleonic protagonist of Swiss artist Olaf Breuning's appallingly entertaining new video Home, 2004.
He ran appallingly first time out when we sent him for a race in Italy, but he gradually improved with each run and is now getting the hang of things.