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The organisation expressed its utter disapproval at the indifferent
He knew slapstick, how to be grotesque and funny." (Just think of the cigar-chomping, gallivanting husband in The Concert when he suddenly encounters his wife, arms folded, tapping her foot in utter disapproval.)
The recent announcement that Tesco's pre-tax profits had exceeded 1 [pounds sterling] billion, making it the first UK supermarket retailer to register profits beyond this threshold, was greeted with what sounded like utter disapproval by certain sections of the print media.