English words and Examples of Usage
use "optician" in a sentence
Even when the optician
was asked to choose, it was often on a rather casual basis.
In 2006, he appeared in the film Employee of the Month as Lon, the optician
who is strongly near sighted.
Billy Webb Billy Webb AKA Tim Westcountry, DVS, The optician
The youngest member
in public political discourse "nativist" is a term of opprobrium usually used by the opposition, and rarely by nativists themselves (they call themselves "patriots." Also, United States policy planners never regarded the civil service with the same opprobrium as the military or economic elites.
In terms of his military activities, he was a chip off the old block, having almost as bad a reputation as his father, not enhanced by his association with Cromwell whose name is deeply enshrined with opprobrium in Irish folklore.
Among the projects attract
ing the opprobrium of Privacy International is The National Criminal Intelligence Service (NCIS), for its proposal to archive and warehouse all email, internet and telephone call traffic records.
The won themselves a lot of fans and the opprobrium of the Musicians' Union, this last for forgetting to get proper visas.
A Chancellor who has a degree in history and a penchant for some rather bilious
imagery was the first to feel the righteous opprobrium of the media.
All of these lies are both easily debunked by witnesses and documents (Clinton, as first lady, was tailed by a large press contingent
!) and subject to widespread public opprobrium.
And Canadian prim
e Minister Stephen Harper, facing his own elections in less than two weeks, risked the opprobrium of the country's dairy farmers to preserve Canada's spot in the pathbreaking accord.
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