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One might expect that, as fans, some of the scholars in this collection would risk engaging ill knee-jerk defenses of Morrissey's impolitic and often offensive behavior, but for the most part, they do not.
Narendra Modi's jibe at Sunanda Tharoor was yet another example of the fondness of our fork- tongued politicians for impolitic language
While certainly impolitic, the statement represented a more-or-less sound philosophy of law enforcement.
In his speech in the First Congress on April 9, 1789, Madison emphasized that "commercial shackles are generally unjust, oppressive, and impolitic.
8) I discovered unbidden polemics, presumptions, and an impolitic misunderstanding of this potential wisdom way of honoring life called kashrut.
It is both utterly wrong and impolitic that the IMF has forged a troika with the European Commission and European Central Bank and is dictating fiscal policy in struggling eurozone economies, such as setting up separate accounts for bailouts to ensure money is used to save the Euro through debt repayment and is not injected structurally to help the suffering population.
It is both utterly wrong and impolitic that the IMF has forged a Troika with the European Commission and European Central Bank and is dictating fiscal policy in struggling Eurozone economies, such as setting up separate accounts for bail outs to ensure money is used to save the Euro through debt repayment and is not injected structurally to help the suffering population.
Describing the friendship of Catherine and Isabella, the narrator defends their reading habits: "Yes, novels ;--for I will not adopt that ungenerous and impolitic custom so common with novel writers, of [condemning their own genre]" (37).
Hayes is warned that if he is sufficiently impolitic as to make submissions which assert that Canada deliberately kept out Jewish refugees, this will somehow indicate a lack of gratitude to his country.
On the eve of retirement, Gates is a man who takes pleasure in saying things that are true but impolitic.
Of course, what with the unrest in the Middle East -- unprecedented political change coming at the expense in the hike in oil prices and consequently food prices -- Kipp thought it impolitic and rather trivial to complain about the rising cost of food prices.
Angrist is funny, irreverent, sometimes profane, and right on the money, such as when he discusses the impolitic remarks of James Watson, codiscoverer of the structure of DNA.