Sentences with word «outrage»

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The question is not simply whether the minimum sentence is excessive but whether, as Justice Antonio Lamer said in Smith at paras. 53-4, it is so excessive as to outrage standards of decency:
LAW
«The tragic shooting in Parkland, Florida, has sparked grassroots outrage across the state and country.
TECHNOLOGY
Then there's outrage over ecological degradation.
ENVIRONMENT
Although the initial waves of outrage have subsided; our unhappy right to know has burdened us with large responsibilities for the future.
RELIGION
From a ridiculous confrontation with a gang of bikers to the disgusting display of a man disrobing and pouring honey over himself at a local grocery story (to the outrage of nearby shoppers), the writers present the police department as a place of low morals with officers having way too much time on their hands.
MOVIES & TV
You made some great points, and I hope you noticed that Jeremy himself was not the one responding with outrage.
RELIGION
Speaking of outrage, this new law has caused some, both within Ireland and internationally, as the new law is being seen as limitation of free speech.
LAW
And she went on to acknowledge women from industries that don't get glitzy award shows, public honors, or the same level of nationwide outrage when they're abused or overlooked.
TECHNOLOGY
Three Billboards could win the PGA while Martin McDonagh could be left off the directing list and that wouldn't necessarily spark the kind of outrage, thus it could tip the Best Picture win in a slightly different direction.
MOVIES & TV
«But people have forgotten about the outrage and scandal that Munch used to cause, and suddenly they have this idea that Munch is kind of this great humanist.
ART
This option has been taken before - most notably over fox hunting - but to do so on a constitutional issue without cross-party support in the Commons could provoke consternation and outrage among large swathes of parliamentarians.
POLITICS
It will take outrage, celebration, and hope.
ENVIRONMENT
The current exhibition Seeing Gertrude Stein: Five Stories, on view through January 22nd, offers even less excuse for outrage than Hide/Seek — it's simply a collection of ephemera and photographs telling a biographical story.
ART
In amongst the outrage in reaction to these revelations, an occasional dissenting voice can make itself heard on social media.
EDUCATION
Although I don't share in the outrage, I have found some blog posts on this subject particularly appropriate.
PARENTING
Let us be in no doubt: the responsibility for such an outrage lies with no one other than those who planned it, and those who saw it through.
POLITICS
4) Are we witnessing something odd and unfortunate: an unforeseen loss of courage in the family of humanity that is reflected in both the absence of a sense of urgency by our leaders and the lack of an insistent expression of outrage by the public regarding the human-forced predicament in which we find ourselves in these early years of Century XXI?
ENVIRONMENT
The African Union Mission in Washington DC, which represents member states throughout the continent, is demanding an apology following its «shock, dismay and outrage».
SCIENCE
But just a couple weeks away from the fork itself, it appears this outrage has turned steadily into annoyed acceptance.
TECHNOLOGY
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has taken to Twitter to assure customers that he will not be pulling his advertising from Laura Ingraham's Fox News show despite the liberal outrage over her feud with anti-gun Parkland kid David Hogg.
BUSINESS
Also — although I don't know him at all, so I am merely guessing — I think Joe's tone is based on genuine outrage and exasperation, rather than calculated for effect.
BOOKS
The microlending firm is facing outrage over exorbitant rates, porn for payment, financial scams and since recently data leaks.
BUSINESS
A proposed law to outlaw male circumcision in Iceland has sparked outrage among Christian, Jewish and... More
RELIGION
Microsoft sparked outrage from its Windows 10 beta testers with a release late last year that removed the placeholder feature from File Explorer.
TECHNOLOGY
My sense of outrage can not even be tempered by thought of judgement after death - for I firmly believe (and I have brushed with the boatman on the Styx) there is nothing else after this life.
ENVIRONMENT
It all depends what the game is, i completely understand the outrage about tomb raider since it has been a franchise synonymous with playstation all the way back to PS1.
GAMING
This causes me no outrage, only occasional mild annoyance.
BOOKS
After the outrage had passed, though, the (white) clowns at the LA Times sure never went back to see what the birth of an international biennial superstar delivered.
ART
And I understand the outrage,» Shkreli said.
BUSINESS
In the steel tariff case, outrage was expected from steel-exporting nations, but the administration did not anticipate the vocal complaints from American steel-consuming industries whose production costs subsequently skyrocketed.
POLITICS
The discovery has led to widespread outrage against Facebook and prompted Washington lawmakers to call Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify next week before congressional committees.
TECHNOLOGY
As a long-time student of school choice (and, full disclosure, an adviser to Romney's education team) I anticipate the governor is in for a bit of moral outrage — for undermining, threatening, jeopardizing, disrespecting — or, insert verb of offense here — our nation's public schools.
EDUCATION
The proposed cuts have engendered the usual howls of outrage that it will lead to fired teachers, overcrowded classrooms, and sick people dying in the street.
POLITICS
But there are so many badge engineering outrages being committed in the name of economies of scale, market penetration and sale volume these days there is not much point in feeling outraged any more.
AUTOMOBILES
It was a source of great controversy, but the outrage came from people whose hometowns had been excluded.
SPORTS
Cuomo announced he would reverse a plan that would restrict inmates» ability to have access to books and care packages after outrage from advocates and family members.
POLITICS
And if other e-tailers (like Apple) are going with the agency model, then Amazon will still make a boatload of money from its Kindle, all thanks to consumer outrage!
BOOKS
It is an outrage to make broad claims based on such evidence.
MONEY
The governor will still be damaged, just as New Jersey's Gov. Chris Christie was bloodied badly by his underlings» Bridgegate outrages: You're defined by who you hire.
POLITICS
Other times public outrage causing apps that were previously seen as fine to be taken down.
TECHNOLOGY
Conservatives won that battle by maintaining an even keel and avoiding outrage, if not exasperation.
RELIGION
The incident drew outrage from male and female biopharma professionals alike, who pointed out that it underscored the inherent gender gap in the life sciences.
BUSINESS
The Friday incidents are the latest since global hotel chain Marriott International released its fifth apology early Friday morning for listing Tibet as a «country» in a membership email and triggered outrage on Chinese social media.
BUSINESS
Toronto Lawyers Association president Joseph Neuberger issued a statement of outrage today, calling the manner of the arrest «completely unjustified and unnecessary.»
LAW
Awful things have been done in the name of Jesus, things Jesus would in no way approve of; however, the WTC was destroyed in the name of Allah, so one can presumably understand the outrage with the mosque.
RELIGION
Amanda Todd, the 15-year-old Canadian teenager whose suicide earlier this month provoked a flood of sympathetic outrage, endured one torment after another in the years leading up to her death: sexual exploitation online, cyberbullying, a physical assault at school.
HEALTH & FITNESS
Numerous articles in the Labour blogosphere - particularly Labourlist - have channeled grassroots outrage over the rejection of popular candidates and their replacement with hard core leftists.
POLITICS
Confronted with public outrage over paying bonuses for failure, the CEOs argued that financial returns are not wholly their own doing, but the product of forces beyond their control.
BOOKS
It would be recalled that the Boko Haram group had shown the video of the over 200 girls in captivity, leading to a global outrage.
POLITICS
Several of the protesters wore Native American headdresses similar to the band of 18th century colonists who dumped tea in Boston Harbor to express outrage about British taxes.
POLITICS
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