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But whilst these men most falsely asperse the sons of the Church of England for being Jacobites, let them rather clear themselves of what they were lately charged before your majesty, that there are societies of them which celebrate the horrid Thirtieth of January with an execrable solemnity of scandalous mirth.
the imputations made (on July 24, 1959) in a newspaper interview with one of our professed Shadeans--who affirmed without having seen the manuscript of the poem that it "consists of disjointed drafts none of which yields a definite text"--is a malicious invention on the part of those who would wish not so much to deplore the state in which a great poet's work was interrupted by death as to asperse the competence, and perhaps honesty, of its present editor and commentator.
They publicly avow the object of their meeting to be nothing short of a conspiracy against the friends of the present administration, or in other words, to convene a pestiferous caucus, to calumniate and asperse the fairest government in the world
Ademi also says that Marty's report presents an attempt to asperse the war in Kosovo.
asperse were collected from Alkarak province is located in south of Jordan (near to The Ded sea).
Violavano le rose l'orizzonte, esitanti citta stavano in cielo asperse di giardini tormentosi, la sua voce neli'aria era una roccia deserta e incolmabile di flori.
Some of us, and I don't mean to asperse, but some of us like lawyers.
I have but one request to make at my departure from the world--It is the charity of its silence--Let no man write my epitaph, for as no man who knows my motives dare now vindicate them, let not prejudice or ignorance asperse them; let them and me repose in obscurity and peace, and my tomb remain uninscribed until other times and other men can do justice to my character; when my country takes her place among the nations of the earth, then, and then only, may my epitaph be written:--I am done.