(1) But these qualities in Bush were all too apparent in last night's interview, particularly in the way he would dance away from any acknowledgement of culpability by saying that he could "understand why people feel that way", whether it be about what he euphemistically called a "lack of a crisp response" to Hurricaine Katrina, or anger at the bank bailouts.
(2) Then there’s that thing euphemistically called ‘shrinkage’ – when money goes missing.
(3) They prop up and artificially inflate profit margins (or “surpluses” as they are euphemistically called in the public sector).
(4) What similarities exist concern the two countries’ euphemistic description of their involvement: Russia is claiming an operation against the Islamic State while actually attacking enemies of client Bashar al-Assad, whereas the US is bombing Isis in Syria while treating the country as peripheral to a central conflict in neighboring Iraq.
(5) Chicken wing This euphemistically named move is classified broadly by the National Rugby League as dangerous contact in which players try to bend or twist limbs in such a way that causes an “unacceptable risk of injury”.
(6) Cut taxes at the top and deregulate business (euphemistically called "cutting red tape") so that the "wealth creators" have greater incentives to invest and generate growth; and make hiring and firing easier.
(7) There was little "eve-teasing" – as sexual harrassment is often euphemistically called in India – because fathers would unite to ensure anyone troubling their daughters stopped.
(8) Toru Hashimoto, the young, brash mayor of Osaka who is also co-leader of an emerging conservative political party, said on Monday there was no clear evidence that the Japanese military coerced women to become what are euphemistically called "comfort women".
(9) However, that assumption is, as the report states euphemistically, "high compared with recent history".
(10) But perhaps once we are lulled into an imaginative world where a "baby" lamb or the "baby" queen scallop can be "resting" (in the scallop's case, resting itself on another baby, this time a "baby gem", since vegetables too – baby carrots, baby greens – can share in the general babyhood of all nice things, and participate in tottering towers of babies all stacked up for our gastric enjoyment), we are cocooned in such a euphemistic dream that the incipient act of putting these "baby" organisms into our mouths doesn't register as the horrific dissonance it otherwise might.
(11) "You are being euphemistic when you say lack of accountability.
(12) The two instances prompt the question: who does Britain befriend in its quest for what are euphemistically called “trade” and “investment”?
(13) One libel settlement, or even a robust defence of a hopeless case, would need several hundred subscribers to traverse your paywall or euphemistic "value gate" for a year before it is paid for.
(14) On a base level, when we buy a £10 pair of trousers, surely we know what we are buying into: cheap clothes, sometimes euphemistically called "affordable fashion" or "fast fashion" are almost always produced on the backs of exploitation, many of them women, and sometimes children.
(15) The ministry of home affairs has announced that legislation on sexual harassment – known euphemistically in India as "eve-teasing" – will be tightened.
(16) "We did not realise our power, but instead relied on donors, that we euphemistically called partners."
(17) She has arrived lugging a gym bag, hair wet from what she describes as a "sleepover" at a friend's house, and she is not being euphemistic.
(18) The lack of safe public transport in Indian cities is one major factor with "eve teasing", as sexual harassment is euphemistically known, endemic on overcrowded buses.
(19) Thévenoud, who was appointed secretary of state for foreign trade in the Socialist government reshuffle at the end of August, was fired just nine days later after it was discovered he had what was euphemistically described as "problems of conformity with his taxes".
(20) When a manager has what is euphemistically described as a selection headache it is fascinating to wonder what the impulses are behind a key decision.
(1) The genesis of much of Rousey’s criticism about the woman who ran over Gina Carano, MMA’s first poster girl, stems from this.
(2) Australian mining magnate Gina Rinehart has reduced her stake in Fairfax Media, publisher of the Sydney Morning Herald and the Age newspapers, less than three weeks after she increased her investment in the group.
(3) Gina Miller: 'I’ve been told that "as a coloured woman", I’m not even human' Read more They must also establish what lawyers refer to as a “ justiciable controversy”, which is tougher.
(4) Some have speculated that it may be a clever trap because, if the children are liable for capital gains tax and are forced to sell their shares, the only person they can sell to is a lineal descendent of Lang Hancock – that is, Gina Rinehart.
(5) I wish I could wake up every day and have Gina Ford looking after me.'"
(6) Facebook Twitter Pinterest Victorious Gina Miller reacts to article 50 ruling: ‘This case was about process, not politics’ Although a related legal challenge failed in Northern Ireland’s high court, the claimants are expected to appeal against that decision, particularly on Brexit’s impact on the devolved legislation.
(7) Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gina Miller: ‘We have not just let ourselves down but I think the whole of Europe down’.
(8) Gina Rinehart’s Hancock Prospecting was the country’s largest privately owned taxpayer, paying $466m on a taxable income of $1.5bn in 2015.
(9) "And if you ask people if they think the likes of Gina Rinehart should be asked to pay a little bit more instead of attacking pensions or paying more to see the doctor, most people would say yes a well."
(10) But when the court adjourned for lunch, June Steenkamp could be seen shaking her head and putting an arm around another family member, while Steenkamp's friend Gina Myers openly wept.
(11) Gina Crawford was Katherine Russell’s best friend since elementary school.
(12) Watching from the public gallery were his brother Carl and sister Aimee, who held his hands in silent prayer before the 10-minute hearing, and Gina and Kim Myers, close friends of Steenkamp, who would have been celebrating her 30th birthday.
(13) Hywood assured staff the papers would remain independent and would not be influenced editorially by the company's largest shareholder, the mining magnate Gina Rinehart , who boosted her stake in Fairfax Media to 18.7% last week.
(14) Guests on the night included the reclusive mining magnate and media player Gina Rinehart and media baron Rupert Murdoch, and Abbott was introduced on the occasion by influential Melbourne columnist and broadcaster Andrew Bolt.
(15) The sites he studied were located around the Hope Downs mine (jointly owned by Rio Tinto and Gina Rinehart), and additional studies were carried out around a mine site near Tom Price and water bore fields that supply Port Hedland and Karratha.
(16) Gina Miller and the other plaintiffs in the court action were left to do what MPs should have done.
(17) Gina Rinehart's son, John Hancock, called his youngest sister "an oxygen thief", a Sydney court heard during the latest battle over control of the family's multibillion-dollar trust.
(18) You should also know Gina Miller, who took Brexit to the supreme court, has raised £300,000 to support pro-EU candidates in a tactical voting election initiative.
(19) Later that day, he will deliver the Lang Hancock lecture at Notre Dame, a lecture series sponsored by Hancock Prospecting , a mining company owned by Australia's richest person, Gina Rinehart.
(20) Police say the ordeal of Amanda Berry, 27, Gina DeJesus, 23, and Michelle Knight, 32, ended on Monday when Berry seized a chance to break free when Castro was out of the house.