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Affronted

Figures or animals that are placed facing each other, as decorative features over doors and in pediments.

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affronted
Said of animals or figures facing each other, as in pediments, overdoors, etc.
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According to an official from a branded food company who declined to be named, said they were affront with raw material problems as all their products need herbs and spices, which they procure from importers or import themselves.
Such actions are not just outside of the party's rules, but an affront to the basic principles of democracy.
The IBP believes that the miniscule budget approved by the House of Representatives is anathema to the continued existence and independence of the CHR and is thus an affront to the rule of law,' the IBP said.
It was an affront to me and all right-thinking Scots that the Queen opened the bridge in the first place.
CPRL) has said that McDonald's India's decision of terminating its franchise agreements with them is a desperate action, adding it is a direct affront on the Indian legal system and an open challenge to judgement by the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT).
LABOUR'S Luciana Berger has attacked Theresa May's claim she is tackling Britain's growing mental health crisis as "an affront to the British public".
They ate sliders with beet ketchup, which is an affront to junk food; a salmon dish dubbed "the path to peace," which is an affront to, well, paths to peace; and other over-the-top options, while washing it all down with Israeli wine.
10 (BNA): Qatar's High Representative for the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC), Nassir Abdulaziz Al-Nasser, has said that discrimination between human beings on the grounds of religion or belief constitutes an affront to human dignity and a disavowal of the principles of the Charter of the United Nations.
THE imputation in the article 'City in top 10 worst cases of shoplifting' in The Journal (January 12) is an affront to the people of Gateshead and demeans the journalism of a newspaper that purports to be a serious reflector of society.
But Mr Samaras said: "The decision by the British Museum to give out on loan one of the Parthenon sculptures for exhibit in St Petersburg is an affront to the Greek people.
Any affront to any journalist or media figure who defended Bahrain in its bleakest moments, is an affront to me personally," she said.
We can see clearly that an act of paying homage to such a place housing the symbols of class A war criminals and other war criminals as a blatant affront to the international justice, a blatant affront to human conscience and a blatant affront to the post Second World War to international order, based on the victory against fascist aggressors in the Second World War and also based on the very principles and purposes of the United Nations Charter"