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 (ĭ-grē′jəs, -jē-əs)
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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The fencing-in relief in the stipulated order is specific to this case and appropriate given the egregiousness of Reckitts alleged conduct.
(8) The exclusion restriction is that the egregiousness of bribes by employees at foreign subsidiaries is uncorrelated with this state-level regulation measure.
(16) Countless newspaper headlines, public policy memos, and scholarly reports use the phrase to describe the supposed egregiousness of vagrancy in their cities, of which there seemed to be no "adequate cure." Bill Boyarsky, "Finally Acknowledging the Obvious, Los Angeles Moves to Declare a State of Emergency on Homelessness," March 9 2016.
I wish Sacramento could learn from our March 8-16 experience, but that would be showing them the worst example of gross egregiousness. Imagine, bone-dry taps until the President screamed out an order and suddenly water came gushing out!
The egregiousness of the hand of empire comes in sharp focus in election engineering and war profiteering.
Adding to the egregiousness of the situation, it emerged thatfour Scottish Tory MPshad tweeted out almost the exact same message urging constituents to follow their lead and "help by donating any long life food to your local store".
Adding to the egregiousness of the situation, it emerged that four Scottish Tory MPs had tweeted out almost the same message urging constituents to follow their lead and "help by donating any long life food to your local store".
of money at stake and egregiousness of the terms of this ICO, several
Thankfully, the Constitution tasks the Senate with providing checks and balances to presidential egregiousness. But it won't work now; Trump dominates the Republican Party.
The Court of Appeals has disbarred a College Park lawyer who is no stranger to controversy.<br />In a 4-3 decision Friday, the state's highest court disbarred Walter Lloyd Blair for violating several Maryland Lawyers' Rules of Professional Conduct after he "concocted and executed a scheme" to launder drug money he got from a client, engaged in witness tampering, lied to the IRS and failed to file federal income tax returns.<br />"Here, in light of the dishonest and criminal nature of Blair's misconduct, the number of instances of misconduct, and the egregiousness of the conduct, compelling extenuating circumstances would be necessary to preclude disbarment," Judge Shirley M.
Marshall was serving his sentence at the ACI after his case had been fully adjudicated," she noted, finding that the egregiousness of Marshall's conduct further supported the DOC's decision to terminate him.<br />McGuirl concluded that the arbitrator exceeded his power in issuing the 2011 award because relevant portions of the CBA were not considered "and the Award was irrational."<br />&nbsp;<br />CASE: State of Rhode Island, Department of Corrections v.
The court acknowledged that the referee found several mitigating factors, but concluded those did "not outweigh the egregiousness of [the attorney's] conduct.