But as crazy and repugnant as Bukowski's antics could be, Dullaghan devotes more energy to celebrating his work, successfully making the case for him as a major American writer.
The thought of having to take the life of another person was repugnant to her, but she acknowledged that if they hadn't acted, they would have been the ones dragged off the side of the road and left for scavengers.
The radio host has been suspended for two weeks following what he himself calls ‘ repugnant , repulsive and horrible’ remarks.
Perhaps what would be worse than a barrister liking his or her client would be disliking the client, especially when the accused is charged with morally repugnant crimes.
Using terrorism as an excuse to pull information that should be public is detrimental to a democratic society and repugnant to online professionals.
Nothing vile or repugnant happens here, but we do get the feeling that we are witnessing someone's last moments on film as this mangled mess of a movie unravels.
It argues over the ethics of non-involvement, and scoffs at those who would rationalize the repugnant for the sake of a settled conscience.
About that kind of purism, there is also something slightly repugnant .
The whole idea of anyone acting as judge, jury and executioner is totally repugnant to a civilized society.
Initially, Anna is shocked again by Gregor's repugnant appearance.