stressed that the EU "still does not have the result of the Bulgarian inquiry" and that "we will be able to make the decision when we have a result of the inquiry."
Asked what she had said, Mr Brown added: "Everything, she was just a bigoted
Marriage-equality opponents are increasingly complaining that they're being called bigots
. This leads to a kind of double-counting of the arguments: For any argument X that supporters offer, opponents complain both that the other side is saying X and that anyone who disagrees with X is a bigot
I question his labels - is the inference that conservatives must be funneled into the "bigot
Many intelligent people would think that rather than pander to a few aging bigots
, the energy could be better spent.
"The doctrine which from the very first origin of religious dissensions has been held by bigots
of all sects, when condensed into a few words and stripped of rhetorical disguise, is simply this: I am in the right, and you are in the wrong," he observed in one essay.
The inability to grasp this marks not only the ways in which the bigot
is contemptible but also all the ways in which the bigot
said the ASF, which has affected a number of countries in Asia and Europe, is a threat to the more than 42,000 swine population in the province.
TYSON FURY admits he might have been "a bigot
, a sexist and a homophobe" - but denies he is a drugs cheat.
Marked as "copy 73" and bearing the codeword BIGOT
, the administrative order belonged to the late grandfather of auctioneer Jonathan Humbert.
is someone who, as a result of their prejudices, treats other people with fear, distrust, hatred, contempt, or intolerance on the basis of a person's ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, disability or socio-economic status, which is exactly what K Clements is doing.
is defined as someone who is intolerant of a belief or opinion.