In a briefing on June 24, a senior Western diplomat flatly
recited the human rights problems of the Uzbek regime and acknowledged there is no prospect of Karimov leaving office any time soon.
However Richard Small, Assistant Director of the Fed's Division of Banking Supervision and Regulation, flatly
denies the existence of a special group of examiners in Miami operating under Washington's direct control.
Incidentally, Cahill clearly doubts the Virgin birth and flatly
denies Mary's postpartum virginity, but he's not ready to surrender all the beloved midrash of the Christmas story to the skeptics.
This thesis flatly
contradicts the judgment of Fruin and subsequent historians, who have seen the Dutch polity as essentially weak, indecisive, and incapable of resolving internal disputes.
I cited the testimony of a dozen plastics firms that have achieved ISO registration: They flatly
refuted critics' claims that ISO-9000 doesn't help improve your quality, doesn't encourage continuous quality improvement, and costs more than its benefits justify.
that "the recession will be over by the end of this quarter," John Sloan, president of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), reported the results of its April quarterly survey of 2,000 small companies across the country.
He even went to the pages of a down-market tabloid rag to flatly
Summary: Comedy dance act Stavros Flatly
and singer Shaheen Jafargholi are through to the final of Britain's Got Talent.
However, that claim was flatly
denied by David Cameron, who insisted he had always been clear that exempting MPs from FOI would be "wrong".
The player, who is not well-known, flatly
refused to provide a urine sample when testers from anti-doping agency UK Sport visited his club.
But Communities Secretary Ruth Kelly flatly
ruled out any changes to council tax bands before the next General Election.
In the spring of 2002, Auxiliary Bishop Kevin Farrell flatly
told a group of prominent Catholic laymen that the crisis was "over.