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After you have maligned my wife I ask that you focus on me.
The NAB Lahore DG provided details of the matters that are sub-judice" and maligned the reputation" of opposition members in the National Assembly.
Peres denies the claim, one day after Iran offered a deal maligned as a trick.
''The name of Pakistan has been maligned and the names of Pakistani cricketers have been maligned, because everybody became a suspect,'' Mir said.
"EIAs have been unfairly maligned," Winer said, adding they are valuable for mature investors who need both downside protection and the possibility of growth.
Shunned and maligned by the author's mother (in spite of her ignorant prejudice we grow to care about this strong-willed Southern lady, and mourn her inevitable passing) he refuses to get miffed at his mother-in-law or at the seemingly endless parade of animals, large and small, adopted, injured, and recuperating, that fill his home--or if he does, we never hear about it.
A major new exhibition dedicated to the theme of urban phenomena and perceptions which have traditionally been ignored, repressed, or maligned. Challenging the dominance of the visual in the urban environment, the exhibition proposes a rethinking of latent qualities of the city, and an exploration of the comforts, communication systems, and sensory dimensions of urban life.
There's even some romance for this unfairly maligned cop.
"'Live it up' seems to be my motto for a while," Robbins writes in a journal, "while the other Jerry stands aghast while being raped, destroyed, defiled, and maligned." Robbins appears to have despised himself--that "other Jerry," ever so briefly a communist--for naming names to HUAC.
But Vietnam, a controversial war that divided the American public and Left some veterans feeling maligned, had largely been ignored by game makers.