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Published 23.09.2019 by

Flagrant

Tugal

Doujar

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  1. Voodoorisar said:
    ‘It was not a clear case of a flagrant breach of duty any more than it was an obviously hopeless claim.’ ‘Following an internal probe, 12 members of staff were sacked for flagrant breaches of hygiene rules.’.
    27.09.2019
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  2. Aragore said:
    What followed was flagrant musical bankruptcy and the insufferable drone of banal music.: Networks merely need to avoid uttering flagrant falsehoods and committing major inexcusable errors.: In flagrant violation of all existing legal principles, the detainee must then prove his innocence.: Joe Warwick was blown away not just by the food but by the competitors' flagrant disregard for the rules.
    26.09.2019
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  3. Nigami said:
    DeFUN The Whites w/ Aba from “Aba & Preach” | Flagrant 2 with Andrew Schulz and Akaash Singh - Duration: 2 hours, 5 minutes.
    29.09.2019
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  4. Fenrile said:
    You can use flagrant to describe an action, situation, or someone's behaviour that you find extremely bad or shocking in a very obvious way. The judge called the decision 'a flagrant .
    27.09.2019
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  5. Arashizshura said:
    In flagrante delicto definition is - in the very act of committing a misdeed: red-handed.
    27.09.2019
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  6. Durn said:
    Something flagrant is bad — so bad you can't ignore it. A flagrant foul in sports might send you to the bench, and a flagrant violation of the law might send you to the slammer.
    29.09.2019
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  7. Nalar said:
    33+3 sentence examples: 1. The attack on civilians is a flagrant violation of the peace agreement. 2. Telling the story was a flagrant breach of trust. 3. The judge called the decision "a flagrant violation of international law". 4. He show.
    30.09.2019
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  8. Malajin said:
    Something is flagrant when it is done brazenly as well as openly. So while blatant refers to something that is “offensively conspicuous,” flagrant refers to something that is “conspicuously offensive.” The emphasis of flagrant is on the serious wrongdoing that is inherent in .
    25.09.2019
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  9. Vudoktilar said:
    fla·grant (flā′grənt) adj. 1. Conspicuously bad, offensive, or reprehensible: a flagrant miscarriage of justice. See Usage Note at blatant. 2. Obsolete Flaming; blazing. [Latin flagrāns, flagrant-, present participle of flagrāre, to burn; see bhel- in Indo-European roots.] fla′gran·cy, fla′grance n. fla′grant·ly adv. Synonyms: flagrant.
    27.09.2019
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