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A former University of Oregon police employee is suing the UO for what he claims was retaliation, at least in part for revealing a vulgarly named list of people and things UO officers don't like.
Rauh vulgarly characterized the actions of Humphrey's staff, but he seemed to believe that the only difficulty with the compromise was that the DNC rather than the MFDP prematurely chose the two at-large delegates.
In this account, More is "not so vulgarly witty and urbane that you'd think politeness was his father and wit his mother.
As recorded by the British author Karl Sabbagh, by the early 1990s Boeing's willingness to reveal closely held manufacturing secrets to the Japanese became so notorious that Boeing employees vulgarly referred to it as the "open kimono" policy.
Hours after the Brechfa Forest West decision was announced on March 12, RWE vulgarly boasted on websites about the vast "community benefits" they hope to pay for from excess profits made in Brechfa Forest by legally charging over the odds for their product.
At one point a minor baddie, the manager of the motel, is vulgarly putting the moves on Viv within his wife's hearing, and the older woman snaps, 'Come on, Jed, .
Religion was not just vulgarly and forcibly injected into social and political spaces where it never belonged, it was also tailored and customised according to the demands of different occasions and the changing interests of those who make a living out of manipulation in religion's name.
To judge whether such retaliations are likely to produce such an effect, does not, perhaps, belong so much to the science of a legislator, whose deliberations ought to be governed by general principles which are always the same, as to the skill of that insidious and crafty animal, vulgarly called a statesman or politician, whose councils are directed by the momentary fluctuations of affairs.
In fact, literalness will be similarly linked to vulgarity once again in the text, when the young charge, Flora, undergoes a violent transformation: "she was literally, she was hideously hard; she had turned common and almost ugly," the governess observes; a few lines later, she compares Flora's comportment to "that of a vulgarly pert little girl in the street" (1999, 70).
We are in a country, which is always exploited, always used, so vulgarly, like a checker piece at people's fingertips.
She also says Bistrong gave the investigation targets a hard sell, citing one phone call where he vigorously and vulgarly berated an individual who wanted out of the fictional corrupt deal.
Being depicted as vulgarly acquisitive offends many Iranian-Americans--though many also say vulgarly acquisitive is a darn sight better than being depicted as terrorist killers.