I wouldn't throw any aspersions
on Sacramento at all,'' said Jackson, whose pregame media session was conducted in a darkened corridor.
I was deeply touched by the troubles of Prof Ayeni, but your prestigious magazine should not be used to cast aspersions
on the secretary general, Don McKinnon, or bring the Commonwealth into disrepute by a self-perpetuating professional who only went to town with his allegations when he realised that his contract would not be renewed for another three years on top of the 13 years he had already served at the Commonwealth.
One method of waging war against the problem is by employing the "alternative-reporting" procedure that allows people to use an online form to report (anonymously and confidentially) any incident they believe casts aspersions
against anyone in the "queer community.
The first episode is called Beast In Show and was recorded at a county fair, where a Shetland pony boasts about having three girlfriends and a chicken casts aspersions
on the quality of the duck eggs.
And if we could continue, even before the news spreads beyond the scene of the tomb, already the naysayers step in to cast aspersions
on the story.
Writers who ignore the distinction, as in the enormity of the President's election victory, or the enormity of her inheritance, may find that their words have cast unintended aspersions
or evoked unexpected laughter.
Safdar Abbasi accused Zafar of being a ''turncoat'' and the minister retorted with an abusive word casting aspersions
on the character of the senator and his wife, Nahid Khan, who is a member of the National Assembly.
To the rest of Europe, Britain has sometimes seemed an awkward member of the club, carping about the rules, resisting change and casting aspersions
on everyone else.
Some Western diplomats have cast aspersions
on the directorate's performance on intelligence matters.
It is 2002 and it is widely held that it is no longer legitimate to print stereotypical aspersions
regarding Jews, Mexicans, African-Americans, homosexuals, etc.
The Brotherhood invoked the idea of shu'ubi (anti-Arab) to cast aspersions
specifically at Nasserism (or Pan-Arabism) and Communism (Egypt and Iraq, at this time, had vibrant communist parties, with the Iraqi party by far the strongest in the region).
The existing structure doesn't have much incentive to invest in new ideas and radical concepts, and so it will cast aspersions
on the first three people listed above.
In sessions held so far, some politicians have cast aspersions
on the supreme law's enactment process, which was greatly influenced by GHQ, a term used to refer to the combined military headquarters in Tokyo of the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers and the U.
Though their basic idea had been to make healthcare more accessible and affordable for various California labor unions, former physician colleagues cast aspersions
on their characters; perhaps they were Communists
Syneron regrets that Thermage has chosen to compete in court rather than in the marketplace, and that Thermage has attempted to use the lawsuit to cast aspersions
on Syneron's products.