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The results are interesting, especially to someone like me who is pretty cynical about the subject.
As for some media speculations that the terrorist attack is revenge against Russia for our policy in Syria- They are cynical and mean.
Cynical politicians, like Mr Farage and his new best friend Mr Trump, and one might even suggest Mr Corbyn, produce movements as opposed to parties, to achieve a particular objective which might be hidden.
The cynical politics of Farage and Corbyn will surely reduce Labour to a rump which will also have a detrimental effect on the Conservative Party.
A former executive with Barclays Plc (LSE: BARC) has suggested that banks' approach to bitcoin is cynical.
I will explore the relationship between the presence of cynical attitudes in officers and officer views of why people commit crimes, the likelihood of justice being an outcome in our system, and a variety of demographics that might relate to buffering against the development of cynicism, and officer, family member and supervisor views about causes of cynicism.
By shrugging their shoulders to try and avoid any kind of responsibility for this, it shows their diabolical and cynical attitude towards motorists and shows they are far more concerned about grabbing money than anything to do with road safety.
Individuals who have high levels of cynical distrust late in life--defined as the belief that self-interest is the main motivation for other people's actions--appear to be more prone to dementia and higher mortality rates, according to a recent study of 1,146 people reported in Neurology, the online journal of the American Academy of Neurology.
THE rhetoric is intoxicating - although the cynical among you may suggest that, in the run-up to an election, it so often is.
Today's debate is just that cynical nugget of policy they want to put to their unions and chime to agree with a short-term policy.
Researchers from the University of Eastern Finland found an association between cynical distrust - which researchers described in the study as "the belief that others are mainly motivated by selfish concerns" -- and an increased risk of developing dementia.
BRING forward your most cynical citizens and get them to try to hula-hoop.