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uh bo muh nuh buhl

  • s  unequivocally detestable
    abominable treatment of prisoners
  • s  exceptionally bad or displeasing
    abominable workmanship

  • Thundered the Archbishop of Lyon: "This abominable dance kills virtue, and gives rein to every appetite."
  • Another goal: nosing completion rates up from their current, abominable level: just 31% of community college students who seek a degree actually get one within six years.
  • I have never heard such dreadful, horrible, blasphemous and abominable stuff as that which has been produced by the man who describes himself to you as the greatest living poet.

  • Jimmy Carter in News24
    I think it's bubbled up to the surface because of a belief among many white people, not just in the South but around the country, that African-Americans are not qualified to lead this great country,Carter said. "It's an abominable...
  • Nicolas Sarkozy in Forbes
    When we Europeans were faced with the worst atrocities of the 20th century, two abominable wars, your parents came to help us,Sarkozy said a meeting of the French-American Business Council. "I am here to tell you that the French people...
  • Pope Benedict XVI in Independent
    This came as the Pope today denounced the murder of the three security force members as "abominable acts of terrorism".

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