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BIGOT[not an acronym] Top Secret (WWII code word)
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The court writ states that Souter believes he was wrongly represented as a "sectarian, homophobic bigot with bad skin".
BERLIN a In deciding whether to list Hezbollah as a terrorist group, the EU will consider as a key factor the outcome of the Bulgarian inquiry into the July suicide bombing that killed five Israeli tourists and a Bulgarian bus driver, French Ambassador to Israel Christophe Bigot told The Jerusalem Post on Monday.
It's about time to tell all bigots that this is the 21st century.
And General Secretary of the Rangers Supporters Association John Macmillan said: "I have known John Greig for 35 years or so and I can categorically state that John Greig is not a bigot.
The codeword BIGOT is believed to originate from the reverse of "To Gib" - a reference to Gibraltar - and was part of a security classification described as being "beyond top secret".
Mr Bigot said he was shaken when he saw the black screen across the network's broadcasts "and when we discovered the sense of the message appearing on our social media and our websites, it both allowed us to understand what was happening and obviously worried us".
For the benefit of Mr Cunningham (a Scot), a bigot is someone who, as a result of their prejudices, treats or views other people with fear, distrust or hatred.
The people who publicly support this vote whilst in private condemning it are the cowards and real bigots and it is a good thing to find a politician willing to risk their career for principle.
I AM a committed Christian and I have been offended by the recent Press release being issued to the media by the Deputy Prime Minister's office, effectively saying that those who oppose gay marriage are bigots.
I thought it was "interesting" to read the letter to the editor from the utility man telling everyone about the bigot and I hope the cafe goes out of business.
Councillor John Dixon says he did not like being called a bigot
The sixty-five year old said: "It wasn't the bigot, it was that he said 'that woman'.