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The National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) condemned on Friday all 'undesirable acts' being perpetrated by men in uniform, including the seven anti-illegal drug police officers assigned in Las Pinas City who were tagged in the alleged abduction and extortion try.
In big cities of India the middle-class Hindu women have to be at home lest they come into contact with the undesirables, men of untouchable class and Muslims.
Immigration Commissioner Jaime Morente said the BI turned back 9,738 foreigners from the Philippines' ports of entry last year in a bid to thwart the entry of undesirable or fugitive aliens.
"Men who have swam in the Forty Foot for many years know some of these undesirables to see, and they keep an eye on them.
In a genuine democracy the interests of the majority would be protected against the small minority of undesirable kleptocrats who dominate the world economy and from the corrupt state systems which keep those undesirables in power through wars and repression.
He said he was an extremely heavy cannabis user and didn't want to obtain it from undesirables."
How dare he refer to people in that profession as undesirables?
But when Pharaoh's wife (Ger Ryan) finds the abandoned baby (Moses) and raises him as her own, the Fascist leader finds himself treating one of the 'undesirables' as his own son.
"Instead of hailing this relaxation of the Cuban Curtain and welcoming the refugees, Castro was denounced for 'dumping' undesirables, prisoners, and mental patients upon us, and the U.S.
Ian McKinna says without these firms undesirables would find it harder to prosper IN REFERENCE to Peter Savill's column (August 10), with regard to betting exchanges, I fail to see their claim that they assist racing's regulators in making the sport more transparent, thereby helping to protect its integrity.
Particularly sobering is the history of the eugenics movement, in whose name tens of thousands of "undesirables" were sterilized to prevent them from passing on their "defective" genes.
In his report into the appeal planning inspector Richard Mordey said he did not think the Swalwell studio would attract "undesirables" and said potential parking problems had been exaggerated.