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'I criticised her for using foul language on the floor of the house,' he said.
ECP had sent notices to the politicians on the basis of media reports suggesting the use of foul language by these figures.
We in the Philippines now have a modern version of those events in America but in our case, TV and media is not actively selling, promoting or showing profanity or hate messages, we are merely covering the events and personalities who are now the source of such foul language and public conduct.
KARAK: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Thursday said that the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) had successfully put the country on the path of progress and development, and with its growth-oriented policies, now it was up to the people to choose who their well-wishers were.Addressing a gathering at the inauguration of Nashpa Oil and Gas Processing Facility and LPG Recovery Plant here, the prime minister said that it was up to the people to vote for those who used foul language or those who believed in decency and served them.
Yesteryear even the lowest of lowdown men would not curse or use foul language to or in the presence of women.
Aled Jones said: "I can report foul language and abusive behaviour but that isn't the case for my family sitting in the stand.
He was dismissed from his technical area by ref Barry Cook during Saturday's 4-2 defeat at home to Raith although the Bairns boss insisted he did not use foul language and should not be punished.
During investigation, the woman confessed that she lost control of her temper due to the issue she had with the airline and that she went back to the victim - who had nothing to do with the issue - and used foul language.
Such obscene and foul language are often found in clothes and footwear and also toys with recorded-built in offensive words.
If anyone should be got rid of, it's Ms Phillips for using such foul language during a row in the House of Commons last month telling Diane Abbott to "f*** off."
But all my admiration for Vasudeva just flew off in the air the day he used the detested foul language on prime-minister, Ranil Wickramasinghe, in the parliament.
SIR - Most professions develop their own language, but as the only foul language most people hear is on TV or films, it seems it is an integral part of showbusiness language.