For example, the expression, "failing public schools," has been described as a racial slur
by implication (Travis, 2013, pp.
They add more challenge for the advancing guitarist to the slurs
and chromatic octaves that were part of the original publication.
It could be pointed out that even when a slur
is not used--for example, when it is merely mentioned--it turns out as derogatory (Anderson and Lepore 2013a, b).
Now that saying something mean gets you in more trouble than doing something mean, I recommend we fashion future slur
rehab technology on The Sarah Silverman Program.
Paper Drops Ann Coulter Column Over Her Use of Slur
The tenant whose garage was defaced is Hispanic and believes the slur
may have been aimed at his neighbors, who are black, said Sgt.
2, where on several occasions in Haydn's autograph the articulation of two-note slur
plus staccato note in the chromatic descent within the fugal first subject is met by a three-note slur
in another part.
This is a foul slur
on a reputation nurtured over many years with the assistance of countless bottles of gin.
Police executives understand that ethnic slurs
, racial epithets, sexist insults, and other expressions of bigotry are morally indefensible and have no rightful place in public service.
During work on Brahms's Violin Concerto, Joachim marked some bowings with dots under a slur
This resulted in a huge Twitter reaction where many people mocked Trump for the slur
in the speech.
That this sobriquet is a racial slur
does not diminish Snyder's right to use it.
and (2) below, "when S is a slur
normally used to target blacks" (p.
All three players said sorry via a club statement but boss Alex McLeish said: "It's a slur
on the club.
Alan Leighton, secretary of the referees' trade union Prospect, said: "We want this slur
against Martin's character, and referees as a whole, withdrawn.