Hartson accused the referee of making a mockery
of the injury-time rule and felt the Dutch official was weak not to at least stamp his authority on the Boavista players early.
Then again the whole world seems to regard the Welsh Rugby Union and Welsh rugby as a mockery
, so what hope is there in asking them to see sense now.
fear of rejection) he decides to make a mockery
Brian Caton, general secretary of the Prison Officers' Association, said the ruling 'made a mockery
Instead of making a mockery
of the current bankruptcy process, it would make more sense to raise the level of debt required for bankruptcy from #750 to say #3,000 and to keep the constraints in place.
These new rules make a mockery
of Title XI by exempting transactions under $100,000 from the Title XI requirement that a state licensed or state certified appraiser must be used in all federally related transactions.
To design and implement training systems that support major changes in organizational culture, the senior executives developed three broad considerations: buying versus collaboratively developing training, outside versus inside trainers, and mimicry versus mockery
Interservice rivalries, conflicting civilian and military purposes, and ugly little human jealousies make a mockery
of sincere efforts to get things done.
It's a travesty of a mockery
of a sham of a mockery
of a travesty of two mockeries of a sham.
One viewer, Francois Deysel said: "Please can someone ask the interpreter to step down from stage, it is embarrassing and making a mockery
of our profession.
New Delhi, Sept 24 ( ANI ): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has charged the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) with making a mockery
of the judicial system in Y S.
It is amazing that two of the so-called most advanced nations get themselves involved in such a mockery
and making fun of a person who died 14 centuries ago - Prophet Mohammed.