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kuhn tempch wuhs lee

  • r  without respect; in a disdainful manner
    she spoke of him contemptuously
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  • Republican Party
    President Obama has become a living, contemptuously immoral target for Americans who foolishly believe in the Constitution, honor, integrity, truth, etc., you know, all the attributes that our pseudo-president lacks.
    June 20, 2013 - Ventura County Star

  • Grover Norquist in Wall Street Journal
    I wish to inform you that, emboldened by the absence of any action by the Security Council, various Israeli officials have unabatedly continued to publicly and contemptuously make unlawful and dangerous threats of resorting to force against the... Javad Zarif Jerusalem Post Jun 18, 2007 21736 29311 contemptuously It shows contempt for middle America, expressed knowingly, contemptuously, on purpose, and with a smirk," says Grover Norquist, head of Americans for Tax Reform. "It is indefensible to use this word. The president knows what it means, and...
  • Thabo Mbeki in Business Day
    It does not help Zimbabwe,Mbeki wrote, "nor will it help you as prime minister of Zimbabwe, that the MDC (T) contemptuously repudiates very serious decisions of our region, and therefore our continent, describing them as a 'nullity'."

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