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Theoretically, the idea of divorce was almost as distasteful to him as to his mother; and he was annoyed that Mr.
Philip was now more comfortable, for space was so limited that there were only studies for boys in the upper school, and till then he had lived in the great hall in which they all ate and in which the lower forms did preparation in a promiscuity which was vaguely distasteful to him.
Summary: Sydney [Australia], Aug 21 (ANI): Britain's Sports Minister Nigel Adams has labelled booing of Australia's batsman Steven Smith in the second Test match (Ashes) at Lord's Cricket Ground as 'distasteful'.
The former cricketer released a distasteful video before yesterday's match and Twitter is calling him out on it.
Journalist Mansoor Ali Khan termed the comment as "distasteful".
He recollected the distasteful incident in an interview with Joy FM.
The 'Victoria and Abdul' actor took to his Instagram handle to accept that it was him in the photographs but also condemned the "distasteful" act.
(Reuters) - Members of Aretha Franklin's family felt the eulogy for the Queen of Soul delivered by a pastor at her funeral last week was "offensive and distasteful", they said on Monday.
The late Aretha Franklin's family said Monday that it found an Atlanta pastor's eulogy delivered at the Queen of Soul's funeral last week to be offensive and distasteful.
In a statement issued from the CM House here Tuesday, the CM termed the remarks made by the DC in his press conference about arranging 1000 coffins in case of any mishap during election as distasteful joke.
I'M A Celebrity hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly have been blasted over a "distasteful sketch" about Professor Stephen Hawking.
Newcastle welcomes everyone - how can a man in such a position as a representative of the people be allowed to make such distasteful statements.