The German sense of correctitude
was deeply shocked by this outbreak.
Inevitably, India's Kashmir policy requires political correctitude
in place of Modi's political faux pas.
This little book is sure to be polarizing: journalist David Grann describes it as "destined to become the defining treatise of our age," while the New Criterion calls it "a petulant little squeal of political correctitude
against Donald Trump" by a "low-wattage" critic.
However, bureaucratic attempts to embellish correctitude
(as contrasted with culturally enabled and defended propriety) can produce anticorruption institutions that further enlarge the state, thus calling the legitimacy of governance into question.
WAS it misguided political correctitude
turned inverse racism or plain panic that led the Met's boss to tell us the police "need to do more to build trust"?
Which parts of what Phil Robertson said were right and which were wrong depends, of course, upon the listener's interpretation -- the listener who will proceed to measure it against an arbitrary framework of subjective precepts of "correctitude
He symbolised with his charisma the meanings of personal integrity, fidelity and correctitude
in the truest of sense.
One really has to wonder what the reviewer, Becky Tuch, was expecting from a magazine called The American Dissident: rah-rah-rah Obama and political correctitude
In this context, certain issues have been reopened recently that affect the census' correctitude
. One of these issues is the participation of Albanians in this important operation, not only from a demographic, but also from a social, cultural and political aspect.
All movement patterns were carefully studied for muscle collision and kinematical correctitude
; after all data was considered viable, the next phase of the study--using inverse dynamics, was conducted.
It is hard to know whether Conrad was referring--tongue-in-cheek?--to Ford's praise "of a limpid correctitude
, according to the very best of English standards" or to Ford's praise of Conrad's Polish countrymen as "a nation of aristocrats and individualists" (Sherry 243).