Most importantly, if they want to go with it, they must mind their language
. The language used, so as to not provoke anger, or invoke more tension,' Muhyiddin said in a joint press conference with Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun that was broadcast live on Facebook.
SHOULD fans mind their language
- or is swearing inevitable during football matches?
THE Archbishop of Canterbury's warning that politicians should mind their language
could not be more timely.
PARENTS of children at a Stockton primary school have been told to mind their language
after threats were made to a teacher on Facebook.
Ross County have a low tolerance approach to swearing and announcements before each home game warn supporters of both sides to mind their language
Who didn't mind their language
? Theatre critic Kenneth Tynan caused an outcry when he said the F word on TV for the first time on a live late-night show on BBC in 1965.
Kimi Raikkonen also swore when interviewed by Coulthard and the FIA yesterday intervened by issuing a letter to all teams warning drivers to mind their language
during live interviews.
Those on all sides of politics must mind their language
otherwise political debate will be reduced to ridicule.
NATASHA and Lana Keogh literally have to mind their language
when they visit their local pub.
So while councillors should mind their language
, council officials also need to get their act together.
SKY Blues' French midfielder Guillaume Beuzelin helped pupils to mind their language
when he dropped in to class.
But, to ensure the stage is set for our success, the city's elected spokespeople need to mind their language
A SCHOOL in the Black Country has become a swearing free zone with pupils promising to mind their language
PLUCKY gran Pat Hughes was left with two black eyes and a broken nose when she told a gang of girls to mind their language
Aspiring executives intent on climbing the career ladder are being urged to mind their language
, particularly if they have a Birmingham accent.