Oraciones con la palabra "flagrant"

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1. Flagrant Example of Padded Income Account.
2. He knew his active lifestyle had been flagrant and obvious.
3. Harding feared there had been at least very flagrant indiscretion.
4. Needless to say, the ruling elite bitterly resented this flagrant.
5. Yeah, and there are flagrant health code violations, Shelby said.
6. Show no intent to injure or a flagrant reckless disregard for safety, and 2.
7. The most flagrant thief was the cook, a ringlet-haired civilian known as Curley.
8. Vietnam is to end in a stalemate,’ to be a flagrant violation, expressing his.
9. Her coy erotic sensuality wouldn’t be so flagrant, when he got done with her though.
10. Infuriated by this flagrant display of cowardice the sun gave chase while haranguing:.
11. The claim that the bills being considered will reduce our health costs is just a flagrant lie.
12. But you can image the ribbing I got from my colleagues about this rather flagrant absentmindedness.
13. No quarter, war to the death! a pretty woman is a casus belli; a pretty woman is flagrant misdemeanor.
14. Abbot Bradford did this at his own bidding and in flagrant disregard for the injunction of our lord bishop.
15. The inhabitants of the antediluvian world, who, having been disobedient, and convicted of the most flagrant.
16. When a month went by and his behavior was becoming more flagrant, Kate decided that something had to be done.
17. That naively humiliating entreaty was the more pitiful, the more heartrending for being so flagrant and impossible.
18. It was an old player piano and, of course, a nice young lady wearing her undergarments in a flagrant yet formal manner.
19. Those who harm believing men and believing women, for acts they did not commit, bear the burden of perjury and a flagrant sin.
20. All men of the modern world exist in a state of continual and flagrant antagonism between their conscience and their way of life.
21. Antioch had half a million inhabitants; it was the third city of the empire in size and the first in wickedness and flagrant immorality.
22. He felt personally challenged by her rejection; he imagined that her flagrant behavior was an unforgivable breach of their Catholic faith.
23. Perhaps the most flagrant instance of this kind that has come to our knowledge occurred in the 1929–1930 reports of Park and Tilford, Inc.
24. A lesser pilot might have stopped at the five year suspension threshold, but you, Miss Maxwell, have raised the bar for flagrant violation of the F.
25. This does not mean that Inner Circle Initiate goes through life murdering, raping and pillaging in flagrant disregard for the law (you’ll be relieved to hear).
26. The source reported the major will undoubtedly face a court-martial for his flagrant violation of the Rules of Engagement and unprovoked attack against a peaceful ship.
27. But such flagrant disregard for orders on Wyrshym’s part argues that this is something he’s been thinking about for some time, exactly as Father Ahndair warned us he might be.
28. The inhabitants of the antediluvian world, who, having been disobedient, and convicted of the most flagrant transgressions against God, were sentenced by his just law to destruction.
29. Now and then whole nations cry aloud for vengeance on flagrant offenders, as if conscious that the new legislative idea of universal beneficence did not correspond with the realities of the moral world.
30. In spite of a few examples of some large corporations caught in questionable accounting practices, many corporate accounting methods arguably are less flagrant or scandalous than methods used in government agencies.
31. Lady Jane claimed he was a mentally tormented man, quite bold and flagrant with his advances, who was probably capable of doing anything necessary to escape the clutches of his wife’s vindictiveness and wickedness.
32. What heart could be so hard as not to be softened by these words, at any rate so far as to listen to what the unhappy youth had to say? The general bade him say what he pleased, but not to expect pardon for his flagrant offence.
33. The tender mother cannot _lawfully_ snatch from the gripe of the gambling spendthrift, or beastly drunkard, unmindful of his offspring, the fortune which falls to her by chance; or (so flagrant is the injustice) what she earns by her own.
34. He will lie— that is, the man who is a special case, the incognito, and he will lie well, in the cleverest fashion; you might think he would triumph and enjoy the fruits of his wit, but at the most interesting, the most flagrant moment he will faint.
35. He will lie--that is, the man who is a _special case_, the incognito, and he will lie well, in the cleverest fashion; you might think he would triumph and enjoy the fruits of his wit, but at the most interesting, the most flagrant moment he will faint.
36. Ingrid was frankly becoming frustrated to have to constantly risk the lives of her pilots in order to compensate for the tactical incompetence of too many Army commanders and for the flagrant lack of combativeness in the frontlines of many American soldiers.
37. There had been little flogging, and that only in flagrant cases; and in consequence of the respect generated by the white officers, there had been no desertion, and no disaffection among the thousands of men of various tribes employed as bearers, and in other capacities.
38. Men begin to criticise their actions in the light of the new truth, but in the meantime in practice, through inertia and tradition, they continue to follow the principles which once represented the highest point of rational consciousness, but are now in flagrant contradiction with it.
39. It will be recollected, sir, that this subject was brought before this House during the last session, in a case from Philadelphia, when a certificate of this kind was obtained by the most flagrant and avowed act of perjury on the part of a foreigner who had just arrived in this country.
40. And I declare to all of you that the Father has opened the doors of the heavenly kingdom to all who have the faith to enter, and no man or association of men can close those doors even to the most humble soul or supposedly most flagrant sinner on earth if such sincerely seek an entrance.
41. A decapitated Alexis, a poignarded Peter, a strangled Paul, another Paul crushed flat with kicks, divers Ivans strangled, with their throats cut, numerous Nicholases and Basils poisoned, all this indicates that the palace of the Emperors of Russia is in a condition of flagrant insalubrity.
42. The fact was that young Verhovensky, from the first step, had displayed a flagrant lack of respect for Andrey Antonovitch, and had assumed a strange right to dictate to him; while Yulia Mihailovna, who had always till then been so jealous of her husband's dignity, absolutely refused to notice it; or, at any rate, attached no consequence to it.
43. Indeed, it is only because this state of universal armament has been brought about gradually and imperceptibly, and because governments have exerted, in maintaining it, every resource of intimidation, corruption, brutalization, and violence, that we do not see its flagrant inconsistency with the Christian ideas and sentiments by which the modern world is permeated.
44. Goby, who died apparently of a heart-disease not very clearly expressed in the symptoms, too daringly asked leave of her relatives to open the body, and thus gave an offence quickly spreading beyond Parley Street, where that lady had long resided on an income such as made this association of her body with the victims of Burke and Hare a flagrant insult to her memory.
45. What would we say of a man who, wishing to prove his sentiments of friendship for his neighbour, should invite him to discuss some question with him, while he himself is holding a revolver in his hand? It is this flagrant contradiction between the pacific declarations and the warlike policy of the governments that all good citizens want to see stopped at any price and as quickly as possible.
46. How often must I urge you to seek that absolute concentration of your mental faculties which alone may permit you to bring to bear the highest powers of intellectuality upon the momentous problems which naturally fall to the lot of great minds? And now I find you guilty of a most flagrant breach of courtesy in interrupting my learned discourse to call attention to a mere quadruped of the genus FELIS.
47. A Christmas frost had come at midsummer; a white December storm had whirled over June; ice glazed the ripe apples, drifts crushed the blowing roses; on hayfield and cornfield lay a frozen shroud: lanes which last night blushed full of flowers, to-day were pathless with untrodden snow; and the woods, which twelve hours since waved leafy and flagrant as groves between the tropics, now spread, waste, wild, and white as pine-forests in wintry Norway.
48. Now, for an unfortunate man in his position, this convent was both the safest and the most dangerous of places; the most dangerous, because, as no men might enter there, if he were discovered, it was a flagrant offence, and Jean Valjean would find but one step intervening between the convent and prison; the safest, because, if he could manage to get himself accepted there and remain there, who would ever seek him in such a place? To dwell in an impossible place was safety.
49. Then, springing eagerly towards me, he covered all those naked parts with a fond profusion of kisses; and now, taking hold of the rod, rather wantoned with me, in gentle inflictions on those tender trembling masses of my flesh behind, than in any way hurt them, till by degrees, he began to tingle them with smarter lashes, so as to provoke a red colour into them, which I knew, as well by the flagrant glow I felt there, as by his telling me, they now emulated the native roses of my other cheeks.
50. Evremond’s excuses for tardy entrances, his evading of little attentions to herself which would have involved the devotion of several hours, how puerile and trifling they seemed!—how bald and flagrant they appeared to her illumined understanding! Worst of all it was to feel that whatever love she had innocently shown her husband during these few months had for him no value; had only served to assure him that his wife was suspicionless—at ease; that she was successfully duped, and he might more fearlessly continue on his way.
51. Angelo? Have you made public schools of your barracks? Have you not, like ourselves, an opulent war-budget and a paltry budget of education? Have not you also that passive obedience which is so easily converted into soldierly obedience? military establishment which pushes the regulations to the extreme of firing upon Garibaldi; that is to say, upon the living honor of Italy? Let us subject your social order to examination, let us take it where it stands and as it stands, let us view its flagrant offences, show me the woman and the child.
52. The words of Anselmo struck Lothario with astonishment, unable as he was to conjecture the purport of such a lengthy preamble; and though be strove to imagine what desire it could be that so troubled his friend, his conjectures were all far from the truth, and to relieve the anxiety which this perplexity was causing him, he told him he was doing a flagrant injustice to their great friendship in seeking circuitous methods of confiding to him his most hidden thoughts, for he well knew he might reckon upon his counsel in diverting them, or his help in carrying them into effect.
53. If in the midst of this diversity a mass of beliefs common to all is apparent, is one not justified in seeing in it, not a formulated system, framed by the representatives of pedantic authority, but faith itself in its surest instinct and its most spontaneous manifestation? If the same unanimity which is revealed in essential points of belief is found also in rejecting certain tendencies, are we not justified in concluding that these tendencies were in flagrant opposition to the fundamental principles of Christianity? And will not this presumption be transformed into certainty if we recognize in the doctrine universally rejected by the Church the characteristic features of one of the religions of the past? To say that gnosticism or ebionitism are legitimate forms of Christian thought, one must boldly deny the existence of Christian thought at all, or any specific character by which it could be recognized.

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