The Philippines is in many ways blessed by a vibrant, although sometimes intemperate
Coun Cook responded: "Yes, I suppose it might have been a bit intemperate
That is a serious issue, not intemperate
language from me, which I am happy to withdraw.
The Mad Flotilla would surely include REPULSIVE, INSUFFERABLE, ABOMINABLE, INDUBITABLE, UNMENTIONABLE (and her sister ships UNSPEAKABLE and INEFFABLE), IMPECCABLE, INSENSIBLE, INNOCUOUS, INCORRIGIBLE, INTEMPERATE
Character assassination and intemperate
language are a distracting sideshow from the real debate, which is "What do Scots want for their country?
Other people may well have over-indulged with their intemperate
use of words and others their intemperate
Last week, when Advani said Dr Singh was the weakest Prime Minister that the country had had, the PM had suggested that Mr Advani not use harsh words or intemperate
Despite nearly universal recognition of Warne's talents, his reputation with fans and cricket authorities remained mixed, owing to a succession of intemperate
actions in both his professional and his private life.
In fond memory of his former intemperate
self, Sacks (Harvard U.
It's clear that the Prime Minister's intemperate
and incendiary comments have dismissed and discounted these kind of acts which represent the fulfilment of a relationship that has grown in the past forty years from a spirit of deep friendship and mutual respect," McTeague said.
intervention by the anonymous writer of "Lamentable" (ECHO Letters, July 19) into serious matters of concern only to Christians, served primarily to demonstrate just howlittle he/she understands Christians and their religion.
Longtime White House correspondent Helen Thomas resigned yesterday in the wake of her intemperate
remarks on May 27 that Jews should "get the hell out of Palestine" and return to Germany, Poland and other countries of origin.