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On the second Saturday after Jo got out of the window, Meg, as she sat sewing at her window, was scandalized by the sight of Laurie chasing Jo all over the garden and finally capturing her in Amy's bower.
I was then a younker, and went out with the Delawares, because I know'd they were a scandalized and wronged race.
such efforts may not be scandalized by insinuations of any wrongdoing by the FBR or its field offices.
He said judiciary cannot be scandalized under the constitution.
We are scandalized by the alleged corruption cases lodged against the Binays.
In order for a scandal to attract public attention and outrage, there must be an element of rivalry- I am most scandalized by those whom I would like to be.
He said in his speech addressed to the conference held in Cairo today by Al-Azhar Al-Sharif against terrorism and extremism: "The State of Iraq invaded in 2003 under trumped-up reasons, ill pretexts and lies, which scandalized by international press, and recognized by world's largest political regimes.
Using quantitative and qualitative methods, the authors try to shed some light on the relevance and frequency of political scandals, analyzing how journalists and politicians use scandalization as a strategic tool, how male and female politicians are scandalized, and how scandals impact party popularity and individual political actors.
Ibrahim also resigned over the issue as many political parties scandalized him.
Jesus scandalized his followers with his radical teachings.
That summer Chamberlain scandalized city leaders by screening his camp film, "The Secret Life of Hernando Cortez," with scantily dressed Warhol favorites Taylor Mead as Cortez and Ultra Violet as a courtesan.
What was it about the Duc de Chartres' apparel which scandalized London's ladies in 1783?