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Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui remarked " we believe that you will not ridicule the court.
This story neatly fits their agenda of holding the club and its fans up to ridicule whenever possible and headlines such as "Loony Toon" are a godsend to them.
Persecution and ridicule have failed to obliterate the life-changing message of the sacrificial death and victorious Resurrection of the Lord Jesus.
He seemed to be enjoying with great relish the ugly words and ridicule of Jesus.
SCATHING Steve Bruce used to ridicule Scottish football for being uncompetitive - but admits the Premiership is going the same way.
Jeff Null argues against atheist and secular fundamentalism when it acts to ridicule those of faith through extreme hostility and belittlement.
Song Of The Crow carries readers through an incredibly engaging and superbly crafted story of struggle, fear, free will, the inner workings of the human mind, and the obedience of an old gray haired man to the commandment of his God despite the ridicule and disbelief of his community.
Ultimately, Miller concludes, early ridicule led Chandrasekhar to some of the most insightful and paradigm-shifting work ever accomplished in physics.
Dobson's singling out of SpongeBob generated headlines nationally, and he found himself on the receiving end of a good deal of ridicule.
Ridicule in the workplace is not an "in your face" phenomenon, according to a study by Novations/J.
After considerable ridicule Carla is able to turn her teasers into tasters and then everyone is into creative sandwich making too