Wittgenstein was a soldier in World War I and a medical orderly in World War II, a mechanical engineer, an architect, a secondary-school teacher, a flouter
of academic conventions, a nonpublisher, an exile; he gave away all his money (a fortune), and he abandoned his professorship.
Local newspapers have repeatedly painted Alaska as a flouter
of rules, charging that the very maverick spirit credited for its fast growth has encouraged, as a Seattle Times article put it, "a culture that condones sidestepping safety regulations for the sake of saving money.
And an isolated flouter
of federal authority likely faced an unusually high risk of prosecution.
Over a third of the software installed worldwide last year was pirated with China far and away the most enthusiastic flouter
of licensing agreements, latest figures show.
Our love of tweed and port seemed too thin in itself, but, I believe, was a clue towards a SOON, DOUBT, MISANTHROPES CLUB GATHERING ROUND PUB TELLY WATCH CELEBRITY', ,,,, THAT PEERLESS SHOWCASE ALL FAILINGS personal world view that has its origins in an antipathy for the conventions and mores of recent times that is seen as perverse by some (if not many) and has led to accusations of being a certain type of individual; a carper, caviller, egoist, pessimist, flouter
, misogamist, mocker.
JEM believes that unity is more important rather than just desirable given the fact that the National congress party (NCP) Government of Sudan (GOS) is a serial violator of peace agreements and a persistent flouter
of the rule of law and can not be trusted, unless there is an integrated unity of the Darfurian factions under one umbrella on one side of the negotiating table facing the only one opponent, the NCP.
One thing remains the same, however: North Korea, long known as a counterfeiter of dollars and flouter
of international law, still isn't playing by the rules, Mickey Mouse or not.