'Pakistan takes exception to
the factually incorrect statement issued by the US State Department on today's phone call between PM Khan and Secretary Pompeo,' Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal said in a tweet.
Lapanday Foods Corporation takes exception to
the claim of Renmin Cristina Abraham-Vizconde that 'armed men under the employ of Lapanday (Foods) Corporation' fired upon farm workers on several occasion injuring dozens of farm workers, including children ('Struggle for land continues,' Opinion, 2/1/17).
She's 72 and while you can say she is 'mature in years' Dot takes exception to
the implications of the 'e' word.
JA of Gateshead, letter January 29, takes exception to
"Royals on silly jaunts".
BETTER Future for the Blind takes exception to
the remarks made by Clr Peter O'Neill at the full council meeting at Cleckheaton on September 16 and reported in the Examiner article 'Who to blame for the cuts'.
Reader ERIC BRUUN takes exception to
HAROLD MEYERSON'S characterization of federal stimulus funding for clean, green rail transport ("Fed Up With Federalism").
The mean-spirited husband who takes exception to
the perfectly reasonable Christmas gift request from his wife should take note.
Paulson takes exception to
the popular notion that China's rapid economic ascent will continue unimpeded.
He takes exception to
allegations made by Stringer and others that property owners allow scaffolding to remain after they are no longer required in order to collect the extra revenue.
I find it absurd that John Wijngaards takes exception to
my report on the talk he gave concerning the Holy Father at the conference in Dublin, June 2001.
W takes exception to
the Tax Court's calculation of LP's net present value, based on a 25-year useful life for the EMS.
The Washington state law--specifying that "no aid shall be awarded to any student who is pursuing a degree in theology"--doesn't dispute the educational validity of theology majors, which are offered at accredited and mostly tax-exempt institutions, but takes exception to
what these majors might go on to do.
SO SIMON Duffin takes exception to
Chris Moncrieff's pondering on What our MEPs Do?
One player takes exception to
another's enthusiasm - or tendency to hold - and the mix is on.
But Brian Coburn, minister of tourism and recreation, takes exception to
that statement noting approximately $6 million was spent on marketing in the last two fiscal years.