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News reports regarding the fake degree scandal are doing the rounds in local and international media and bringing a bad name to the country, the chief justice remarked.
Pacquiao said anyone who is against President Rodrigo Duterte may file an impeachment against him in Congress but just don't give the Senate a bad name.
James Stevenson, 17, from Billingham, said: "It's a social thing but there are other people who come here and give us a bad name.
She is very unpopular, she drinks too much alcohol and she has a bad name, her husband has a bad name," said Swamy.
This type of affordable family housing, though, got the bad name of "tenement.
And they give good carers and good care establishments a bad name.
The Sunday Mercury will continue to name and shame the offenders giving the game a bad name.
html) best-selling games ever released on the Atari 2600 gaming console, says social media giant Zynga is giving the market for casual games "a bad name.
And obviously when I left England I had a bad name because of all my injuries but in the last four years that I have played in Galatasaray and Melbourne, I've played all the games.
COMPANIES which hand out bonuses, even after poor job performances, have given themselves a bad name, Sir Richard Branson said yesterday.
His vocals on taxing songs such as You Give Love A Bad Name, Bad Medicine and a haunting When We Were Beautiful were incredible.
Self-obsessed, hideously ugly nowadays and giving young American women a really bad name.