be disrespectful

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Never would I be disrespectful about Mauricio or Tottenham.
He is fighting for the job and it would be disrespectful for me to comment 'yes' or 'no' because I don't know until the end of the season and until Newcastle say something, which is what they are saying.
On the other hand, Harper didn't consider the pop star's attire to be disrespectful and took to his Twitter.
Based on the student and parent surveys, the most agreed upon disrespectful behaviors that subjects believed to be disrespectful in school were speaking with negative intention, swearing, and talking out of turn.
I do not want to be disrespectful towards the other churches but the people from my church has always been there for me and my family.
I never like to be disrespectful to the elderly and I guess she is knocking on a bit, despite all that surgery
We have been very reluctant, I think, to talk about our individual faith journeys and what motivates many of us to be involved in the justice movement, because we didn't want to be disrespectful," says HRC's Religion and Faith Program director Harry Knox, an ordained Methodist minister from Georgia.
We didn't intend to be disrespectful to the original inhabitants of this country.
I don't mean to be disrespectful and I know they have fought in the war for our country.
But last night Mjallby admitted he'd been proved wrong and that he hadn't meant to be disrespectful to Advocaat's achievements.
Cisse apologised for his indiscretion and insisted he had not meant to be disrespectful to the Magpies fans.