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The senator responded to Twitter users with expletives, calling them "go" or moron and "ul" or retarded.
One possible way to conceptualize the influence of expletive use in coaching is to understand players' subjective opinions of coaching techniques.
Supreme Court, where it might expect to prevail - last year the high court ruled that the fleeting expletive rule was not arbitrary.
FCC changed its policy and ruled that a single expletive could be
And if Mr Oliver is so convinced that the expletives are a critical part of the process, he could even have produced a custom-made recipe book, called perhaps The ***ing Cooking Course.
The decision emphasized the distinction between Carlin's "verbal shock treatment," involving the deliberately provocative, repeated use of expletives, and "the isolated use of a potentially offensive word.
TV regulator, the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) ruling that punishes broadcasters for airing "fleeting expletives.
A survey of 308 senior managers has revealed 66% of managers and directors find lying by their employees very annoying, but only 37% object to expletives being flung around the office.
One of the three gender and expletive studies published during the 1970s was also undertaken precisely to investigate Lakoffs contentions (Oliver and Rubin 1975), but like the other two relied on self-evaluated questionnaires, and investigated only eight expletives rather than the range actually used in natural speech.
The WPL secretary, who was himself a referee for 26 years and officiated at the very top level for 12, added: "I consider myself broad-minded and don't expect 22 young men to go through a match without uttering the occasional expletive, but I don't want this to become a prevalent situation in our league.
The expletive features around three minutes into the 1968 hit Hey Jude.