• Admired in his own time and for centuries after, Edward was denounced as an irresponsible adventurer by later Whig historians such as William Stubbs.
  • Wikipedia: Edward III of England
  • An angry Thơ shouted at the writers and banged his first on the table, assailing them for what he regarded as inaccurate, irresponsible and disloyal reporting.
  • Wikipedia: Nguyen Ngoc Tho
  • Civil rights organizations denounced Malcolm X and the Nation as irresponsible extremists whose views were not representative of African Americans.
  • Wikipedia: Malcolm X
  • However, in Eastern Han, the responsibilities for the public treasury and the emperor's private wealth were amalgamated and entrusted solely to the Minister of Finance, which later proved disastrous when handled by irresponsible emperors such as Ling (r.
  • Wikipedia: Government of the Han Dynasty
  • However, this veneer of childlike simplicity is misleading; aside from proving themselves irresponsible as guardians, they are also provocative, sarcastic and cruel in their interaction with Alberich.
  • Wikipedia: Rhinemaidens
  • In 1956 he was cast as the irresponsible Alfred P.
  • Wikipedia: Stanley Holloway
  • In Sidon, Julian Grenier, Lord of Sidon and Beaufort, described by his contemporaries as irresponsible and light-headed, took an opportunity to raid and plunder the area of the Beqaa Valley in Mongol territory.
  • Wikipedia: Franco-Mongol alliance
  • In two other cases, that of a four-week-old baby and a woman who suffered a haemorrhage, he was accused by the GMC of carrying out examinations in an irresponsible manner.
  • Wikipedia: Death of Ian Tomlinson
  • Laughter in the story, which ranges from irresponsible laughter to laughter at people and laughter of amusement and relief, can also be linked to the sexual tensions among the different characters.
  • Wikipedia: Pride and Prejudice (1995 TV serial)
  • Mary Shelley believed in the Enlightenment idea that people could improve society through the responsible exercise of political power, but she feared that the irresponsible exercise of power would lead to chaos.
  • Wikipedia: Mary Shelley
  • On 9 June 1943, communications between the Combined Chiefs of Staff on the subject of hospital ships contained a section referring to the Manundra incident as a response to the attack on Centaur, with the conclusion that the attack was the work of an irresponsible Japanese commander, and that it would be better to wait until further attacks had been made before considering the removal of hospital ship markings.
  • Wikipedia: AHS Centaur
  • Other critics of the movement assail promises made by its leaders, arguing that the broad freedom from problems they promise is irresponsible.
  • Wikipedia: Prosperity theology
  • Shakespeare's Richard was a cruel, vindictive and irresponsible king, who attained a semblance of greatness only after his fall from power.
  • Wikipedia: Richard II of England