egregiousness


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e·gre·gious

 (ĭ-grē′jəs, -jē-əs)
adj.
Conspicuously bad or offensive. See Synonyms at flagrant.

[From Latin ēgregius, outstanding : ē-, ex-, ex- + grex, greg-, herd; see ger- in Indo-European roots.]

e·gre′gious·ly adv.
e·gre′gious·ness n.
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To add to the egregiousness of this discrimination, Jack Shaheen has documented almost 900 films from the beginning of the cinema industry in the West, starting in 1896, that show how Arabs (read "Muslims") have been constantly portrayed as "brutal, heartless, uncivilized fanatics and money-mad cultural 'others' bent on terrorizing civilized Westerners, especially Christians and Jews" (Shaheen 2003, 172).
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to the egregiousness of certain offenses, the evidence does not support
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And the fact that civilians in Lebanon continue to be killed and maimed by these de facto landmines simply underscores the egregiousness of the violation.
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20 letter, it or its principal members could be reprimanded, censured, suspended, or disbarred, depending on the egregiousness of its refusal to respond.
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