According to Thomas 'A flout
occurs when a speaker blatantly fails to observe a maxim.
Both blind groups performed comparably well--and markedly better than sighted participants did--at discerning sounds directly in flout
of their bodies that came from different distances, ranging from a to 4 m.
This latest initiative comes as Gardai and the PSNI find themselves fighting a legal loophole when it comes to prosecuting "visiting" motorists who flout
Sometimes Americans United has had to ask the IRS to investigate religious groups that flout
their tax status.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-6 February 2003-Danish fishermen prepared to flout
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means "to scorn or ignore a convention or rule.
Those of Carribean descent from the many islands and landlocked places where corrupt politicians and greedy businessmen flout
natural and civil laws to amass power and fortune, will be touched by Kincaid's rendering because it is all too familiar.
Take your pick) 'civilised' mankind began arrogantly to flout
The committee called on municipalities to place all cafes and shops that serve beverages under the scanner and bring to book those who flout
f well-off, bilising to line (HS2) don't have Instead they have manicured gardens which they use to flout
hosepipe bans and keep young Petunia's pony.
An RTI query has revealed that apart from popular markets, malls and government establishments, even hospitals flout
fire safety norms.
The Daily Mail said there had been no "deliberate intention" to flout
or frustrate the court order and argued that a report in the newspaper had not breached it.