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I never experienced more uncomplimentary, more inhuman and more non-sensitive HR people as here in the UAE.
His blog contains no reference to his ill-conceived idea but did contain some rather uncomplimentary comments about this column.
He repeatedly called Ben Douglas a name and referred to his female companion in an uncomplimentary way.
I thought he'd said "squid," a sorta uncomplimentary term for "sailor.
Undoubtedly the project is now attracting uncomplimentary international media attention and casts yet another shadow over the sagacity
The brick-bats and uncomplimentary remarks thrown at K.
The e-mail followed an uncomplimentary profile on Tribune management in the previous Wednesday's New York Times that called the company's atmosphere a sexist "frat house.
The hastily scheduled event followed weeks of increasingly uncomplimentary commentary and coverage about the possibility of the iPhone 4 wireless signal when held with a palm or a finger over a gap between its two external antennas.
ISLAMABAD, November 21, 2009 (Balochistan Times): Public Accounts Committee (PAC) Chairman, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan Saturday warned National Logistic Cell (NLC) of an uncomplimentary action in case it failed to submit enquiry report regarding massive financial irregularities.
A lot of uncomplimentary things have been written about me back home in the past few months and I hope I've proved a point with this result.
Why does Rashi quote this seemingly uncomplimentary midrash classifying Dinah and Leah both as yatz'aniyot?
The editorial staff is free to print whatever is deemed newsworthy even, by Dreve's admission, articles uncomplimentary to companies.