Therefore, he who despises the tulip offends
God beyond measure.
Professor George Mair, an expert in criminal justice at Liverpool Hope University, said people are most likely to offend
in their late teens.
In fact, sinubo ang pangalan pero hindi ako pumunta dun precisely so as not to offend
Victor Frankenstein, but no Lord's Prayer IT is with sadness dismay and anger as a Christian to read that the cinema authorities have banned the showing of the Lords prayer at a time when Jesus birth is about to be celebrated the feeble excuse used that it might offend
There are plenty of things that offend
me, but we live in a free society where everyone should have the freedom to show support for their lost comrades and colleagues, so what on earth are these police chiefs talking about?
Oh, and if people who offend
against the Left are themselves offended
by the Left, that doesn't count.
adolescents who offend
sexually have also been subjected to registration and community notification laws in the hopes of protecting people from being victimized by these youth (Zimring, 2004).
Our intention with our new video was never to offend
, hurt or trivialize Native American people, their culture or their history," the group wrote Saturday on their (http://www.
When is someone going to stand up for the majority of people who DO find pleasure in whatever pleases them instead of having local councillor Iona Gordon demanding the shop blacks out its windows because it MIGHT offend
Muslims and others.
One indication of how confused we are comes from the manner in which politicians, activists and commentators keep assuring us that the right to freedom of speech does not give us the right to offend
Over half of young adults in custody re-offend
within a year of release and up to two thirds offend
within two years.
1 : to hurt the feelings of or insult <She uses language that offends
Maples has categorically stated that she does not want to offend
, arguing that her work actually explores the confusion that many young Muslims face in contemporary western society, not least about what it means to be a "good" Muslim.
Are Muslims so blinkered that they can't understand the postcards were not sent out to offend
their religion, but for information?
First, of the client populations with whom clinicians work, those who offend
tend to elicit all varieties of clinician bias, fear, and downright revulsion.