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There were also moments of sheer impudence when Blair seemed to defy the conference, especially in his tributes to those who worked for the Northern Ireland agreement
The SNP's claim to be "Scotland's Party" is an impudence.
With astonishing impudence, he attempts to cash in on the farcical end to his career as chief constable.
He told Symmers: "You were met with impudence and the reply is what you expect from people of that generation.
Enraged and incited by such shameless impudence plus the high-handed disregard for the wishes of the British people who voted to leave the EU, I could hardly control my anger.
Enraged and incited by such shameless impudence plus the high handed disregard for the wishes of the British people who voted to leave the EU, I could hardly control my anger.
Instead, the party was dominated by the vengefulness, arrogance, and impudence of a small group of friends of the chairman who were detached from the party base.
In the ever-changing TV landscape, it's dauntingly difficult to keep delighting viewers for more than a decade-but Ellen has bucked the odds through sheer dint of moxie, impudence, creativity-and zest for what she's doing.
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In a statement issued here today she said that Imran had gifted Pakistan with culture of abuses, uncivilized behavior, impudence, shamelessness, lying, sit-ins and denigration of the state institutions for which the people of Pakistan and posterity would never forgive him.
He's got a bit of impudence about him and I reckon he could have a fine career ahead of him.
Every time I accuse the Israeli Prime Minister with impudence, he becomes more impudent.