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She seemed to be thinking out some scathing retort, but ended by only shrugging her shoulders slightly.
Summary: Saudi Ambassador to Lebanon Ali Awad Asiri said Monday Saudi-Lebanese relations would not be affected by Hezbollah's scathing diatribe against the kingdom over the Gulf nation's military intervention in Yemen.
I need a squeeze a day, instead of this negligee" Fresh from giving her scathing opinions on politics and the UK tax system, that modern philosopher Cheryl Fernandez-Versini shared her thoughts on the connection between singing and sex, saying: "Sexy and all that is great but you shouldn't have to sexualize yourself to be selling music.
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SCATHING And in a further blow to Coaltion unity, Mr Clegg will today accuse the Prime Minister of jeopardising economic recovery by "flirting with European Union exit".
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Summary: Islamabad: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insf (PTI) chief Imran Khan received scathing criticism from women parliamentarians belonging to .
Summary: Bosses at the Football Association have launched a scathing attack on those responsible for racially abusing Ashley Young and Ashley Cole online.
In a scathing new ad set to air in Michigan, Ron Paul attacks GOP front-runner-of-the-moment Rick Santorum for not being fiscally conservative.
CDATA[ Michael Steinhardt, one of world Jewrys most philanthropic benefactors, delivered a scathing criticism of modern Jewish leadership.
During informal conversation this engineer was absolutely scathing of politicians interfering with energy policies.
The aftermatch phone-in to Radio Leeds by the so-called supporters was unbelievable, the scathing comments and negativity by the callers was beyond belief.