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  • Once again it is proved that this is the best country of the world because when we want change, we know when to change and who can bring change irrespect of color, race, religion.

    Major Clinton backer switches to Obama

  • Terror was defeated in Gaza irrespect popular support, and this way it might be defeated everywhere.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • We have to live in peace, we have no choice, irrespect of the relation of the United States with them and their relation with the United States.

    CNN Transcript Mar 19, 2008

  • I don't think irrespect is a word, but I get your point and still disagree.

    Voodoo Extreme

  • Of course, in the final analysis, when indeed the crunch comes, we will once again rise to the occasion, just like in the Korean War, & be prepared to face up to the US, irrespect of how much losses we shall endure.

    Foreign Policy In Focus

  • Goverment must introduce bus service irrespect of how Taxi drivers / owners feel.

    News24

  • I will go for a bpo opening. plz tell me about merchant acquisition? why an oragnization took managrial skill from outside irrespect of taht a lot of skill is available within org? en Español

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions

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  • Right: he means privative rather than opposite, I think, and even then it's questionable.

    February 9, 2008

  • Er, disrespect?

    February 9, 2008

  • Luciano Floridi, 'On the Intrinsic Value of Information Objects and the Infosphere' (2003): 'There seems to be no specific verb in English that fully conveys exactly and only the opposite of respect, so let us treat ‘irrespect’ as meaning simply ‘lack of both respect and disrespect’.'

    Maybe it'll catch on...

    February 9, 2008