How To Use Scandalous In A Sentence

  • His Eminence Don Pelasio de Labastida, an eighteenth century bishop of Mexico City set a scandalous example of such indulgence in earthly pleasures. To the charreada with stars in her eyes
  • We do need to show that we can talk without contradiction of God's universal salvific will and the scandalous particularity of the incarnate and risen Lord.
  • you behaved scandalously when you walked out of that meeting!
  • It is scandalous that we still allocate scarce homeland security dollars on the basis of pork barrel spending and not on risk.
  • Many people might find this magistrate's sentence abominably scandalous.
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  • The whole of the business in that country from beginning to end was scandalous and disgraceful. EMPIRES OF THE PLAIN: Henry Rawlinson and the Lost Languages of Babylon
  • It's scandalous that the Green Fund, which was set up in 2000 to be used for environmental projects, has been mouldering in the Government's coffers for four years without a cent being put to use.
  • Last night, in an address to bishops in Nigeria, Pope John Paul II insisted that priests must live celibate lives and avoid scandalous behaviour.
  • We confess with sadness that Christians and our institutions have too often scandalously failed to uphold the institution of marriage and to model for the world the true meaning of marriage.
  • This book is scandalous not because of shocking exposés, but rather because of its very publication.
  • The whole of the business in that country from beginning to end was scandalous and disgraceful. EMPIRES OF THE PLAIN: Henry Rawlinson and the Lost Languages of Babylon
  • He added: 'It is scandalous the law allows people to ride on the road without helmets. The Sun
  • But there's nothing remotely scandalous about this reality-based movie.
  • She insisted that every scandalous detail of the story had been manufactured.
  • In order to protect the guilty, Morin won't name names, which is probably just as well given the litany of scandalous events chronicled in the book.
  • ‘Institutional investors have been behaving in way that is little short of scandalous,’ he contends.
  • In this scandalous era, savvy operatives like him are expendable.
  • A time of heavy coins and horse manure, warmish beer, a scandalous flash of ankle.
  • Witty, flamboyant and scandalous, he was also a diarist in the tradition of Samuel Pepys.
  • We urge the Government to act on the report's recommendations, channelling resources into the NHS that have been scandalously lacking in the past.
  • The news of conditions at Scutari, where the ill and wounded soldiers were barracked, was considered scandalous back home in London.
  • (Skip to the 5: 00 mark of this clip and you can see the scandalously underrated Jules Munshin satirize the Food Network, still a half-century in the future.) Archive 2008-03-01
  • The lecturer arose like an outraged moralist to repudiate the scandalous charge of libidinousness. An Anarchist Woman
  • Mr. Thomson, the "curat" of Anstruther Easter, was a man highly obnoxious to the devout: in the first place, because he was a "curat"; in the second place, because he was a person of irregular and scandalous life; and in the third place, because he was generally suspected of dealings with the Enemy of Man. Across the Plains: With Other Memories and Essays
  • In light of the mission to spread the gospel, the division of the churches seemed pragmatically ineffective and theologically scandalous.
  • Li Faa, from the Chinese angle, was a new woman, a feminist, who rode horseback astride, disported immodestly garbed at Waikiki on the surf-boards, and at more than one luau (feast) had been known to dance the hula with the worst and in excess of the worst, to the scandalous delight of all. THE TEARS OF AH KIM
  • It's absolutely scandalous that it failed to launch a proper inquiry. Times, Sunday Times
  • Headlines of big boobs, fat butts and scandalous stories are always on the front pages.
  • Cases in point see again the horrible treatment of Santhi Soundarajan by IOC affiliate organization Olympic Council of Asia (OCA), as well as recent media coverage about the IAAF strongly recommending gonadectomy (castration) for Caster Semenya on spurious "medical grounds" and the IAAF's scandalous public offer of "free surgeries" for Caster Semenya. Indymedia Ireland
  • For a pagan Platonist its particularity seemed scandalously incompatible with divine immutability and with a universal operation of providence in the cosmos as a whole.
  • It did not have to be all scandalous songs or idle tricks and dirty jokes. 1066: and the Hidden History of the Bayeux Tapestry
  • Not once but several times has the libertine Neptune scandalously seduced punts and dinghies from the respectable precincts of Brammo Bay, and having philandered with them for a while, cynically abandoned them with a bump on the mainland beach, and only once has he sent a punt in return — a poor, soiled, tar-besmirched, disorderly waif that was reported to the police and reluctantly claimed. The Confessions of a Beachcomber
  • Is there not one prominent rugby union footballer or journalist who is compelled to criticize this scandalous and absurd state of affairs?
  • Jordaens was fined 200 pounds and 15 shillings for scandalous or heretical writings between 1651 and 1658. Archive 2009-03-01
  • The compensation offered to the innocent detainees by the West German government was "politically scandalous," says Berlin historian Meinhard Stark today.
  • How can he claim Christians’ view of the world should be connected to the observed real world, and yet arrogantly, scandalously dismiss everything from radiometric isochron dating to thermoluminescence to stellar distances to the complete absence of non-radiogenic nuclides with short half-lives to ice cores to varves to tree rings. The Conscience of John Mark Reynolds Speaks... - The Panda's Thumb
  • But I've never had anything that was so scandalous and that really might have affected my career so much.
  • At the moment, it's just an uncoordinated scandalous calamity.
  • Just how much cash was frittered away, and just how scandalously, is only now emerging. Times, Sunday Times
  • Indeed, her scandalous behaviour was regular front-page news in her own day. Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘It is scandalous that you have to wait so long for an inquiry,’ says Adam.
  • Here's one of the most scandalous guys in the American public right now so he's got to at least be able to go into the store and be innocuous.
  • Some may find it scandalous that theological ideas should be taken seriously in a book on philosophy; I find it no more scandalous than the ingression into philosophy of scientific ideas from Warranted Christian Belief
  • It's scandalous they awarded themselves a huge hike in salaries on top of that €16,000 to sit on committees.
  • The book is also full of name-dropping (notably of rather unnotable people) and worst of all - she tries to have it both ways - revelling in scandalous anecdotes yet claiming she remained ‘above it all’.
  • Josephine played upon his purblindness where she was concerned in most scandalous ways. The Tragedy of St. Helena
  • Men and women limit their greetings to a handshake; kissing in public is considered scandalous.
  • It leads to death and a scandalous murder inquiry which threatens to expose some dark secrets.
  • There have been a number of cases where the courts have refused to enforce copyright as the works in question were considered libellous, immoral, obscene, scandalous or irreligious.
  • You will grow up to be quite a reprobate, my scandalous pup—a favourite with the ladies … and the gentlemen, he predicted in a sibylline voice. Exit the Actress
  • In the following years Milton wrote against the Royalists, mysteriously escaping the scaffold for his scandalous comments.
  • Well, no doubt she would be racing back to the village as fast as her little trotters could carry her, in order to spread the word about Francesca's scandalous blue dress and her coughing ghost of a husband.
  • Its clergy, in the main, were neither piously devoted nor scandalously negligent, but were generally dutiful if rather unambitious pastors.
  • A report from Western Australia has uncovered a scandalous neglect of the physical health of people with mental illness.
  • The woman, it appears, had not only been jilted by the drapery assistant but he had also ‘circulated a scandalous report about her’.
  • But it was long ere these scandalous and immoral sports could be abrogated; — the rude multitude continued attached to their favourite pastimes, and, both in England and Scotland, the mitre of the Catholic — the rochet of the reformed bishop — and the cloak and band of the Calvinistic divine — were, in turn, compelled to give place to those jocular personages, the Pope of The Abbot
  • In his anxiety not to miss anything, Stevie rubbered acrobatically with the result that he upset a glass of ice water down the waiter's neck, and three seconds later the tray-trotter had issued an Extra and was saying things in French that would sound scandalous if translated. You Should Worry Says John Henry
  • It did not have to be all scandalous songs or idle tricks and dirty jokes. 1066: and the Hidden History of the Bayeux Tapestry
  • A Guardian leak suggests that one of the most scandalous proposals, letting ‘public’ schools take over comprehensives, may be restricted to London.
  • THE image of a red-faced judge caught in scandalous circumstances in full wig and breeches is the stuff of music hall comedy. The Sun
  • Thousands of cancer sufferers could be given the medication they need if this scandalous behaviour stopped. The Sun
  • His life wasn't short of exciting or scandalous material.
  • It was hailed as the sensation of the festival - a film so shocking and scandalous that it required an official warning on the tickets to alert those of a sensitive disposition.
  • The scandalous behavior of this married woman shocked her friends
  • What a scandalous waste of public money. The Sun
  • The recent scandalous examples of malfeasance and untruthfulness of too many big business leaders and some of our foremost politicians have reduced the public trust in the beneficence of anybody.
  • The woman, it appears, had not only been jilted by the drapery assistant but he had also ‘circulated a scandalous report about her’.
  • On various matters, they helped set the stage for the scandalous behavior of John and other high-fliers now in disgrace.
  • Garrow offers three basic reasons why he thinks Justice Blackmun is guilty of "a scandalous abdication of judicial responsibility."
  • The revelation of his scandalous past led to his resignation.
  • And it was a free admiration he would not have dared show had she not been a daughter of illegitimacy -- a girl whose mother's "looseness" raised pleasing if scandalous suggestions and even possibilities in the mind of every man with a carnal eye. Susan Lenox: Her Fall and Rise, Volume I
  • On Friday, a certain somebody, who shall remain nameless, borrowed my digital camera and took a picture which, in polite circles, would be described as ‘scandalous’.
  • They are normally only awarded where the conduct can be described as reprehensible, scandalous or outrageous.
  • That explains the bullyboy tactics and the arbitrary, unilateral narrowing of just what can be reconciled and what can't, as defined by the scandalously leading and biased questions on which British Columbians were asked to vote.
  • I find that there has not been any conduct on the part of the plaintiff that is scandalous, reprehensible or outrageous.
  • Twenty years ago, it was scandalous when a baseball pitcher named Wayne Garland signed for $ 200, 000 a year.
  • Elizabeth kept her virginity, but the affair was scandalous because Robert was already married.
  • It's against this background that the novel explodes into murder, mayhem, sexual intrigue and the scandalous exposure of secrets in a splendid denouement.
  • Such was the fascination of the prying British for Lord Byron's scandalous ménage that one enterprising hotelier started charging guests a fee to peer through a telescope trained on the Villa Diodati. Byron in Paradise
  • Her best friend at Downe House, Amanda Cherry, was just nineteen when she embarked on a scandalous affair with her forty-one-year-old married social studies teacher, Ian Goodridge. William and Kate
  • I was only a nipper but I loved all the outrageousness and the scandalous double-entendres even then.
  • Along with fellow debauchers Richard Burton and Oliver Reed, he made scandalous headlines in the '60s and '70s while doing enormous damage to his health.
  • Their descendants, too, have hidden and sometimes even destroyed potentially scandalous objects.
  • An edict of the archduke of Austria in 1551 complained of the reprehensible activities of the Jews: “These scandalous evil actions are said to flow in good part from the fact that the Jews in numerous localities dwell and move about among the Christians without any distinguishing marks and without any difference in clothes and costume and thus cannot be distinguished from Christians nor recognized as Jews.” Bloodlust
  • There have been a number of cases where the courts have refused to enforce copyright as the works in question were considered libellous, immoral, obscene, scandalous or irreligious.
  • The fact is, the standards for direct quotation in print media are scandalously low, and should be reformed.
  • ‘It's absolutely scandalous,’ he splutters.
  • IT'S not the grades that are scandalous but the fuss being kicked up! The Sun
  • The crowd eventually dispersed, displeased that the scandalous royalty show had ended.
  • ‘That's not too old for a,’ I coughed meaningly, ‘scandalous relationship.’
  • Instead of a measured, careful and forensic correction of what was undoubtedly a scandalous miscarriage of justice, we see a rush to the opposite extreme. Times, Sunday Times
  • He took no offense at being exploited in this fashion, however scandalous the work or scurrilous the part. EVERVILLE
  • That would be a scandalous waste of an historic building and community facility.
  • The project was denounced as a scandalous waste of public money.
  • Men and women limit their greetings to a handshake; kissing in public is considered scandalous.
  • Indeed she is rightly such a firm favourite that any election would be a scandalous waste of time and money.
  • Akadie's profession included the offices of epigrammatist, poet, calligrapher, sage, arbiter of elegance, professional guest (hiring Akadie to grace a party was an act of conspicuous consumption), marriage broker, legal consultant, repository of local tradition, and source of scandalous gossip. Trullion: Alastor 2262
  • But the worshippers and admirers of these gods delight in imitating their scandalous iniquities, and are nowise concerned that the republic be less depraved and licentious.
  • The moules were delish and the frites were few (scandalous!)
  • It is the latest scandalous ripoff of poorer families exposed by our big campaign. The Sun
  • The whole place had an eerie feel, it was over 250 years old and in that time there must have been plenty of devilry and scandalous behaviour.
  • Such scandalous behavior of the part of soldiers I should have considered impossible, as, with some experience of camps and armies, I have never even in alarms among camp-followers seen the like of it. The Civil War in America
  • He spoke of scandalous corruption and incompetence.
  • How can one small town boast so many scandalous temptations? Times, Sunday Times
  • Reading about the Tolyatti "business dispute," the pressure on the courts, and the purported role of the presidential administration reminded me of the scandalous interview that formerly Kremlin-connected fund manager Oleg Shvartsman gave to "Kommersant" in November 2007 in which he cast some light on the "voluntary-compulsory" measures that Putin insiders (he named especially First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Sechin) in order to implement a "velvet reprivatization. Robert Coalson: The Myth Of Putin's Popularity
  • To my parents, a couple of cups of sugar seemed a scandalous amount to waste on such an uncertain experiment.
  • Instead, Bergman is stuck playing a polite flibbertigibbet, the kind of helpless royal who many would consider scandalous if she wasn't so pure in her personal morality.
  • The scandalous waste in the civil service. The Sun
  • The council seems to be hell-bent on penalising the citizens of York, who are most affected by the scandalous parking charges imposed in the evening.
  • Mostly, they just drive. The tension in the story is acutely realised as the town grows in its awe of her ‘scandalous’ behaviour, an opinion she airily does nothing to dispel.
  • IT'S not the grades that are scandalous but the fuss being kicked up! The Sun
  • While Fritzi appeared _keck_ at intervals, Gard did not see any excuse for agreeing with the scandalous hints Von Tielitz and Messer threw out about her. Villa Elsa A Story of German Family Life
  • What convinces us of this is, that the first impulse of the king and his advisers, upon discovering through a secret communication made by Anne the existence of a precontract, and the consequent vitiation of her marriage with the king, had been, to charge upon Anne a new and scandalous offence. The Uncollected Writings of Thomas de Quincey—Vol. 1 With a Preface and Annotations by James Hogg
  • I find the general silence and lack of memory absolutely scandalous.
  • Hersh's original piece was relatively tame, as scandalous exposés go.
  • A story is current in Balaklava (but people in Balaklava are apt to be scandalous) that one of the Engineers, whose business it indubitably is to watch the various points of attack, being in a battery this morning (whose battery I will not mention), a new mud fort, with sixteen guns mounted and in position, was pointed out to him. Journal Kept During The Russian War: From The Departure Of The Army From England In April 1854, To The Fall Of Sebastopol
  • This book is scandalous not because of shocking exposés, but rather because of its very publication.
  • The BBC's outright support for 'greenie' action at Kingsnorth in the recent past is scandalous. OPEN THREAD.
  • Protestant writers who have used such terms as 'a scandalous hypocrite, ''a cursed war-song of hell,' 'hangmen's slaves,' The Superstitions of Witchcraft
  • At her age and station she should be sitting at home being served hot chocolate and biscuits while reading some juicy scandalous broadsheet. THE RIVAL QUEENS: A COUNTESS ASHBY DE LA ZOUCHE MYSTERY
  • Any self-respecting philosopher ought to be prepared with some gnomic sayings that can bear several interpretations, at least some of them scandalous.
  • It leads to death and a scandalous murder inquiry which threatens to expose some dark secrets.
  • No longer considered sexually scandalous, its analyses of patriarchy and its proposed antidotes to women's domination are still debated.
  • He added: 'It is a scandalous procedure. Times, Sunday Times
  • Clearly this scandalous abuse of public funds must be stopped.
  • It is scandalous that an offence that was committed on September 23 should not have been dealt with until last week.
  • When are the Chairman and governors of the BBC going to wake up their consciences and address this scandalous perversion of public service broadcasting?
  • It has been a noticeable feature of media scrutiny of both religion and politics that the negative and the scandalous are continually disinterred to reinforce negativity.
  • In short, the attorney was nonsuited, to the satisfaction of all who knew him, and found himself under the necessity of proving that he had received, in course of post, the letter which was declared in court a scandalous forgery, in order to prevent an indictment with which he vas threatened by the commodore, who little dreamt that the whole affair had been planned and executed by Peregrine and his associates. The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle
  • There is a huge and increasing body of evidence that shows that so-called anthropogenic global warming has no basis in science, but is the product of scandalously flawed mathematical modelling based on selective data (one could say mendaciously manipulated data). On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • But this old affair, scandalous enough to serve as a motive for a Greek tragedy, arose from the similarity of their characters.
  • Instead, the series has drawn flak from the media as a scandalous waste of NHS cash that should have been spent on direct patient care.
  • Sometimes it's every bit as hard-edged and engaging as you might imagine, elbowing its way right up to the forefront of your consciousness, demanding you re-assess your scandalously dismissive attitude toward fusion.
  • Albeit scandalously late, the magistrate took this decisive step after the prosecution's 12 witnesses had failed to appear 31 times.
  • It was one of the most scandalous wastes of public money on an arts project. Times, Sunday Times
  • She lifted her skirts, showing off her pantalets scandalously, and ran as fast as her tightly fitted corset would allow.
  • Quite scandalously, the Minister, Danny Ayalon thought it acceptable to humiliate the Israel on Tuesday over what it called the discourteous treatment of its ambassador, further souring ties between the two ... ambassador, a government statement said, an attempt to defuse the latest crisis ambassador when he was publicly dressed down, Israeli ... WN.com - Articles related to Turkey and Kingdom call on Israel to halt settlements
  • This struggle finally reached the point at which cowhiding, cane thrashing and fisticuffs in the Capitol itself occurred among the candidates, and the jobbery became so openly vile and scandalous, that even a Democratic Legislature concluded it best to temporarily eliminate the jobbery feature of it, and this was done for two years of the Democratic adminisiration. People's Party Hand-Book of Facts. Campaign of 1898.
  • It looks such scandalous behaviour that it seems it would be hard to stick. Times, Sunday Times
  • Already there are countless people who would think it scandalous to falsify a scientific textbook, but would see nothing wrong in falsifying an historical fact. The Prevention of Literature
  • The circumstances of her final retirement are not disgraceful or scandalous. Times, Sunday Times
  • Some lavish gold out of the bag to make an idol of it in the house, while others hoard up gold in the bag to make an idol of it in the heart; for covetousness is idolatry, as dangerous, though not as scandalous, as the other. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)
  • Rather uglier had been Bassett's identification with the organization of the White River Canneries Company, a combination of industries on which a scandalous overissue of stock had been sold in generous chunks to a confiding public, followed in a couple of years by A Hoosier Chronicle
  • The crowning touch was added to this delirious moment of festival by the simply scandalous distribution of golden coin, _golden_ mind you, which attendants clothed in every colour of an Egyptian sunset, and mounted upon diminutive, but pure bred donkeys, threw right and left with no stinting hand, to the distribution of which largesse responded shrill laughter, and still shriller cries, and thwack of stick on dark brown pate and cries of pain upon the meeting of youthful ivories in the aged ankle or wrist. Desert Love
  • The project was denounced as a scandalous waste of public money.
  • The paludamentum, a military style of garment reminiscent of the chlamys that Agrippina Minor once scandalously wore in public, had previously been reserved for the wardrobe of emperors. Caesars’ Wives
  • In the afternoon over tiffin, Janda would compose scandalous gossip columns.
  • From the land of imitation Rolex, Ray Bans, Gucci and more, the roaming culch. ie correspondents give you the first of a scandalous series. Irish Blogs
  • The ringmaster selects only the audience questions he wants to use; he speaks repeatedly for Lola; the audience sees only the factitious and selective reconstructions of her scandalous life.
  • Substantial indemnity costs are reserved for cases involving reprehensible, scandalous or outrageous conduct.
  • And this looseness and blowsiness is not anything as simple and scandalous as abrupt and disordered syntax.
  • Somebody who thinks carving the name of her fiancé into her body with a razor blade for her wedding might need to find ways to top her own scandalous stunts.
  • There had to be scandalous behavior and the scandal needed to be known generally.
  • Dubos might've also mentioned that Royal Alexander had some ethical challenges relating to the scandalous Mark Foley emails, which he "royally" mishandled, in my view. Archive 2007-10-01
  • such a scandalous allegation.
  • Though its once-scandalous content nowadays can't compete with the pabulum of reality TV, the production, in the hands of Daavid and his talented cast, successfully examines a chain reaction that begins with five rooms of furniture being hauled away for non-payment. James Scarborough: Tennessee Williams' Baby Doll at the Elephant Theatre Company in Hollywood
  • And a quick squint at his press clippings suggests that the way he earns his living is indeed scandalous.
  • There was a dramatic sequel to last Thursday's scandalous revelations when the minister for trade suddenly announced his resignation.
  • What a scandalous thing to sit here all alone drinking Champagne -- and yet -- (_madame je bois a votre santé et a celle de monsieur_ votre fils) -- and yet, I say, if Champagne be that exhilarating cordial which (_je bois a la santé de Madame Sumtare_) songs and rumour ascribe to it (_a la santé de Mademoiselle Sumtare_), can there be ever an occasion in which its application could be more appropriate, or its virtues more (_mais buvons a la santé de mon hôte et bon ami_, Major Butler). Memoirs of Aaron Burr, Volume 2.
  • The council seems to be hell-bent on penalising the citizens of York, who are most affected by the scandalous parking charges imposed in the evening.
  • No one actually ever pashed there that I can remember but there were always scandalous rumours and big crowds of people watching. More Summerton revisions
  • The temptation arises partly, of course, because commercial rock music is still scandalously short of bankable female stars, and we thus have only a handful of comparisons to conjure with.
  • We were also given a choice to keep our children at home for an optional "winter celebration" on the last day before winter break, presumably to avoid the possibility another student might say something scandalous like the word "Hanukkah" or accidentally wish someone "Happy Holidays". Nancy Cronk: CO HB 12-1049: Bringing Common Sense to Education in Colorado
  • And in light of recent economic "cratering" the press may find the Keating scandal even more, well, scandalous. McCain Lawyer: McCain Did Nothing Wrong Amid Keating Five Scandal
  • Michelle Mitchell, charity director at Age UK, said it was astonishing that help for poorer households through the Warm Front subsidy scheme was being phased out despite "scandalous" power bills.
  • But such utter disrespect and scandalous behavior never marked those debates.
  • ‘It is scandalous in this day and age that we have resorted to exporting our own children,’ she said.
  • Just how much cash was frittered away, and just how scandalously, is only now emerging. Times, Sunday Times
  • Indeed, her scandalous behaviour was regular front-page news in her own day. Times, Sunday Times
  • 'Somebody Ended Up Ratting Me Out': Miley's Naughty-Photo Hacker Speaks In a sneak attack befitting the kind of malcontent who would dare despoil Miley Cyrus's e-mail account and posted scandalously skin-baring, kiss-blowing, Gawker
  • ‘This was a scandalous attack on an elderly woman in her own home,’ he said.
  • This is scandalous - it absolutely has to change. Times, Sunday Times
  • But the move was widely criticised with North Yorkshire MPs claiming it was ‘absolutely scandalous’ and had left passengers in limbo for a further two years.
  • But the worshippers and admirers of these gods delight in imitating their scandalous iniquities, and are nowise concerned that the republic be less depraved and licentious.
  • I heard you are into painting. Remember not to let women who are too pretty or dressed to scandalously into the exhibition, it would distract your guests from your paintings.
  • The current director resigned amid a series of scandalous embarrassments involving children that were supposed to be in Florida's care.
  • The female Jacobins, famed Tricoteuses with knitting-needles, take flight; are met at the doors by a Gilt Youthhood and 'mob of four thousand persons;' are hooted, flouted, hustled; fustigated, in a scandalous manner, cotillons retrousses; -- and vanish in mere hysterics. The French Revolution
  • He’s wearing long board shorts and a long-sleeved blue T-shirt and his brown hair is all mopsy and cute and his eyes look the same as when he looked at me during The Scandalous Skateboard Incident. Rules for Secret Keeping
  • There will be measures to improve the currently scandalous state pensions paid to many women.
  • They are normally only awarded where the conduct can be described as reprehensible, scandalous or outrageous.
  • Is it prepared to recognise that we are, in comparison to our Scandinavian neighbours in the north, and now, even to England in the south, scandalously under-funded?
  • And the wages of workers who do the jobs we try not to think about, in care homes, on rubbish tips or on our streets, are scandalously low.
  • But given the towering importance of this issue and how it affects millions of workers directly, the turnout was scandalously small.
  • The letter notes that the Chinese Constitution claims freedom of speech and the press, but this formal avowal and concrete denial has become a scandalous mark. In China, Even the Premier Is Censored
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  • The first aspect is laughable, the second scandalous and the third outrageous.
  • To try and fool people into thinking that you are not making money in a country where you are is absolutely scandalous. Times, Sunday Times
  • A hasty note from Mary asks her to disregard a scandalous rumor.
  • One of the many scandalous realities we choose to ignore because we cannot assimilate it is the fact of unexpressed thought.
  • All of this can be had without the malicious slander or the scandalous headlines.
  • In her late twenties - a scandalously late age - she married.
  • He made his points, and appealed to these his superiors to put down the scandalous falsities advanced by Tetzel. Luther and the Reformation: The Life-Springs of Our Liberties
  • The council seems to be hell-bent on penalising the citizens of York, who are most affected by the scandalous parking charges imposed in the evening.
  • Within days they were as gaping as they had ever been, and this exercise in futility simply amounts to a scandalous waste of money.
  • ‘It really is quite scandalous the way the company has behaved,’ she said.
  • It is absolutely scandalous that a fantastic building like this is just left to rot away.
  • This by all reckoning is a real "climategate" - a genuinely scandalous story in which a scientist who testified before Congress hid the fact that he was funded largely by corporate interests. Kelly Rigg: Skepticgate: Revealing Climate Denialists for What They Are
  • Just how much cash was frittered away, and just how scandalously, is only now emerging. Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘If such allegations are proven to be true then that is scandalous,’ he said.
  • Please post this story on your site! buyers should be made aware of such scandalous policy's, feel free to edit and reword. That Baby Outfit Macy Is Selling For $19.98? You Can Return It For $2.50 - The Consumerist

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