“Mr. Roh had accused his predecessors of what he called "kowtowing" to Washington and championed a diplomacy less dependent on South Korea's traditional ally.”
“But everything is being put at risk by once again kowtowing to the gods of financial orthodoxy.”
“Speaking at the Aiport Operators Association conference in London on Friday, Broughton blasted this country for "completely redundant" security measures and said the Brits ought to stop "kowtowing" to requests for things such as the removal of passengers 'shoes, the Financial Times reported.”
“Britain should stop "kowtowing" to US demands over airport security, the chairman of British Airways, Martin Broughton, has said, adding that American airports did not implement some checks on their own internal flights.”
“If this were the first anniversary of the peace agreement, this kind of kowtowing and gentle urging might be somewhat understandable.”
“He will do whatever it takes for power, such as kowtowing to Bush even after the dirty tricks Bush and Rove pulled on him.”
“Like unemployed auto-workers, they need to learn new skills, such as kowtowing to buyout groups, leveraged lending and structured finance.”
“I hope we don't see that kind of kowtowing at the Republican convention to the Muslim community," the conservative spokesman says.”
“Haas saw irony in the statewide GOP candidates '"kowtowing" to the Tea Party members, because in Ohio "they were a nonfactor" in the primary.”
“The diplomat made scathing remarks about his colleagues "kowtowing" to the Castro regime and joining what he scornfully termed the "best friends forever" camp, the”
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