n.1.See Innuendo.
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The council said in a statement published Sunday that the decision was based on the investigations held by the council's Complaints Committee, which has stated that the program broadcast on OSN used inappropriate sexual inuendo contravening ethical and professional standards.
The total sample in the INUENDO cohort was divided into three groups (n = 990 in each group for PCB-153; n =1,058 in each group for p,p'-DDE).
Gulliver to his Cousin Sympson," added to Faulkners edition (1735), Gulliver notes that "People in Power were very watchful over the Press; and apt not only to interpret, but to punish every thing which looked like an Inuendo (as I think you called it).
about to enter a realm not of reality, but of dream, inuendo and doubt.
sports scene today, what would happen, considering the advancement of the Internet and the tenfold expansion of sports media coverage where rumors and inuendo would spread even faster and more furiously?
Toxteth-bred Jean said the inuendo was what made Corrie better in her day.
19) However, there are occasions when he misheard a name, especially if it was an Indian word, or confused similar Indian names for things or places, which is what happened in the story that occasions Purchas's inuendo.
Regular team captains Phill Jupitus and Julian Clary are also back and each attempts to outdo the other with ever more smutty inuendo and double entendres - Julian is way out in front in that race.
The 34-year-old said: "I don't want to be the subject of inuendo, rumours and abuse.
And the bush telegraph Down Under is buzzing with gossip and inuendo that Warne may never win Test matches almost single-handed again.
Sentences are torn from my books without regard to occasion, context, argument or purpose, woven into an invidious whole, and published broadcast in an envelope of malignant inuendo [sic].
It was during the primary run-up that Playboy came out with a centerfold of a Miss Arkansas long rumored to be in Bill Clinton's Rolodex, and Vanity Fair blazoned Hillary Clinton's inuendo about George Bush's mistress.