Cutter, like other Democrats, learned a hard truth back then: Umbrage
doesn't win elections.
But it is that brother's wife, Herodias, who truly takes umbrage
After the release of the AI report, Bush and several members of his administration immediately took umbrage
at the claims.
Perkins took umbrage
and sent out an e-mail with a rather unflattering photo of me.
While some say Dubai verges on being ridiculous, Jonathan Howell-Jones, a marketing official with Dubai Internet City who relocated from rainy Britain, takes umbrage
Bennett took umbrage
at this, not wanting to be mistaken for some reactionary.
Then he takes umbrage
at the suggestion that some Palestinian refugees might settle in the countries where they have been living for the last 50 years.
Editor: As a retired professional forester, I take umbrage
with the editorial by Ms.
As I climbed the 247 steep stone steps divided into four narrow tiers to the pyramid's summit, many of my fellow pilgrims expressed their umbrage
at the new Wal-Mart, in plain sight down below, just 2,000 meters away.
I take no umbrage
at your questioning his policies, but I feel that this editorial gives voters (and especially your the idea that a vote for Kerry be better than a vote for Mr.
Never ones to pass up an opportunity to be offended, these groups have risen up to take umbrage
at the dolls' immoral lifestyle--proving yet again that nothing is too frivolous to escape their notice.
TEI took particular umbrage
at the proposed strict liability penalty for failing to disclose reportable transactions, especially given the ambiguity and potential scope of "substantially similar" transactions that might fall under the rubric of reportable transactions.
Otherwise, noise and electronic music seem to have little to do with each other, and more often than not practitioners of one might take umbrage
at the suggestion that they produce the other.
At one of the final previews of "Dance of the Vampires," three members of the audience took umbrage
at Asa Somers' act-two turn as Count Von Krolock's gay vampire son, Herbert.
I take umbrage
when the family is called dysfunctional.