The PTI too would do well not to pretend to be holier-than-thou
on the issue of horse trading.
He is shell shocked when he learns about holier-than-thou
Billy's involvement in his mother's death and decides to exact his own grisly revenge.
What one can easily deduce from the US over-reliance on military power and from its desire to have a decisive victory in its self-imposed war on terror is the fact that American policymakers and political strategists are too arrogant, conceited and quite holier-than-thou
I am saddened by the holier-than-thou
attitude of those attacking the appointment of Ms Mocha for the simple reason that genuine change does not discriminate [against] one's gender, social strata, color or anyone's past, and instead welcome everyone's genuine contribution to the betterment of society,' Orbos said in his post.
Marnie is acting predictably holier-than-thou
, getting on Hannah's nerves, and little Grover (yes, Grover), who breastfed for six weeks, suddenly won't latch.
Brown gives the reader a slice of life in this little town where there are open-minded and close-minded people; accepting and not accepting people; straight, gay, and lesbian people; holier-than-thou
people and kind, wonderful people, including Jo's new stepmom, who is one of the best and the wisest.
I felt sorry for her as she told Pristine Phil and Holier-Than-Thou
Holly, how the only thing good to come out of her behaviour was she got to grace the ITV couch again.
Critics of Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) chairman and senatorial aspirant, Francis Tolentino, who recently drew flak on the 'Playgirls' issue dancers are those with a holier-than-thou
It's in the garage with dust" Actress Dakota Johnson, star of Fifty Shades of Grey who also said she had taken one of the sex toys used in the film "Few other issues are polluted by so much holier-than-thou
, dishonest, smearing cant and political mud slinging" Former newspaper columnist Sir Bernard Ingham on tax avoidance "For the people who are asset-rich and very prosperous a couple of hundred quid a month isn't going to make a difference.
ere is nothing wrong in a bit of naval gazing about the culture, practices and ethics of the press and a more vigorous and vigilant approach from the media in general about stories being obtained through nefarious activity, but what newspaper in the land, including the holier-than-thou
Guardian, is going to reject an exclusive story of great public interest - for example allegations of paedophile activities of prominent politicians like the late Cyril Smith - even if obtained by the interception of voice mails?
His refusal to explain why he overruled his assistant, and the holier-than-thou
attitude when he waved away Liverpool's protests, did the credibility of referees no favours.
For some it was a chance to simply spit nastiness, for others it was an exercise in being holier-than-thou