This is a brand new work by Lucy Hogg (yes, my wife – nepotism 'r us), from a series documenting how people use art museums.
This is not the first time Sirleaf has been charged with nepotism.
Sirleaf could not be reached for comment, but in the past she has publicly denied charges of nepotism.
Over the next few years I continued to wage a self-righteous war against this act of nepotism.
The big twist is that by requesting those documents, Hall did in fact uncover a nepotism problem plaguing UT admissions.
It's the most complete system of nepotism since the aforementioned Florentine days.
American nepotism puts to shame the one practised in Europe.
Though probably not personally avaricious, he was justly accused of nepotism.
So the charge of nepotism against the chief magistrate was weak.
Innocent was a strong and earnest man of monastic temperament, but not altogether free from nepotism.
"favoritism shown to relatives, especially in appointment to high office," 1660s, from French népotisme (1650s), from Italian nepotismo, from nepote "nephew," from Latin nepotem (nominative nepos) "grandson, nephew" (see nephew). Originally, practice of granting privileges to a pope's "nephew" which was a euphemism for his natural son.
Favoritism granted to relatives or close friends, without regard to their merit. Nepotism usually takes the form of employing relatives or appointing them to high office.