I don't want to cast aspersions on
anybody involved in it, it was a stupid act.
What was more humiliating than being slapped was the fact that she cast aspersions on
my character and made objectionable remarks on my family background," Bharti said.
But despite his delight at the outcome, the former Upton Park chief was shocked that Gould cast aspersions on
his managerial nous during the hearing.
THE ASSOCIATION of Private Teaching Institutions (SIFK) said yesterday their intention was not to cast aspersions on
public school teachers, but simply to uphold the law in their drive to clamp down on illegal private lessons after school hours
The tribunal last month heard he cast aspersions on
the Derbys' sex life and their son, Edward, 11, following a ticking off from Lady Derby.
But then we heard he had cast aspersions on
the impartiality of the referee Alain Rolland.
How dare this man cast aspersions on
the reputations of the good people of our local community?
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.
That number may have been surpassed in 2004 alone, when in addition to the cases listed above, six reporters were found in contempt of court for refusing to name sources who cast aspersions on
former Los Alamos scientist Wen Ho Lee.
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
I don't mean to cast aspersions on
an entire age group, but, really, what the heck is wrong with the under-25 set?
Some Western diplomats have cast aspersions on
the directorate's performance on intelligence matters.
Dr Wilson said: "They have cast aspersions on
my motives, saying that I am doing this for fun.
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.
but, adding insult to injury, he would actually cast aspersions on
the factor of Gallic pride (if only in a footnote).