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unparliamentary

not consistent with parliamentary procedure or practice
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He himself needs to remain calm, composed and of course, shun unparliamentarily language.
(21) And on 16 May 1626, just a few months before Massinger wrote The Roman Actor, a group of protesters gathered at The Fortune to protest a tax unparliamentarily levied to pay for two failed naval campaigns against the Spanish.
Kuchis, unparliamentarily with their historic identity and ancestral traits have equipped themselves with sophisticated weaponry.
In his speech in Senate, he did not use unparliamentarily words and he only stated that Rs 42 trillion were given to Baluchistan government in ten years and during past five years opposition parties had been ruling the province, so they should be asked where they had spent the funds.
The Senate chairman had intervened and more than once asked Chaudhry to not use 'unparliamentarily' language, saying that running the House was the government's responsibility and it needed to exercise greater tolerance towards the opposition.
If this is not unparliamentarily then it is called licking after spitting.
He said this house witnessed heated arguments and debates on various issues but no abusive or unparliamentarily language was used.
31 ( ANI ): Congress leader Rita Bahuguna Joshi on Monday said that action taken by the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) against former Delhi Law Minster Somnath Bharti was correct as the behavior showed by the minister was extremely shameful, vulgar and unparliamentarily.
Kirupakaran also started targeting Minister Douglas Devananda and as the chair failed to bring about order, I shouted and said "All of You Shut up and Keep quiet," at those involved in leveling unparliamentarily attacks.
Durrani said that he felt sorry for those who behaved in 'unparliamentarily' way, adding that everyone knew how they got elected.
Pakistan Muslim League -Nawaz (PML-N) Senator Javed Abbasi has said his party did not use any unparliamentarily language against national institutions.
The speaker condemned the incident and called upon the lawmakers to respect sanctity of the house, and not to use any unparliamentarily word in the proceeding.