History is replete with instances of individuals who attained great popularity by appealing to the basest
instincts of their target audience and some of them have ended up doing great disservice to society.
But there's a fine line between catering to the public and pandering to their basest
Repeated attacks on women reveal the basest
and most vile nature of man.
However, you simply cannot talk to wild animals in the garb of humans who draw on obscure and even non-existent religious precedents and kill innocent people, motivated by nothing but the basest
levels of reactivity, retaliation and revenge.
An advocate of the use of force against the Arab nations, he has supplemented this with the use of the basest
forms of treachery, offering peace to the Arabs, while at the same time unleashing unproved attacks against their frontiers.
As happened in August last year, those tempted to unleash mayhem on Birmingham must restrain their basest
These beings embody the allegorical visualization of our own desire to consistently alter our reality--to elevate humanity from its basest
, most primal level--by pointing to the very perversions that motivate these drives.
Channel 4's major pullers tend to be tasteless freakshows that pander to our basest
instincts - Big Fat Gypsy Weddings, Embarrassing Bodies and, in previous years, Big Brother - and it had just one show with an audience over eight million last year.
The dialogue is frequently savage, throwing the basest
human instincts back in our faces, but the results are compelling, wonderfully observed and often darkly funny.
Certainly the Irishman - whose play is performed as part of the Liverpool Irish Festival - puts his mentor James Joyce to shame with his economical but vivid use of words: the literary description interspersed with some of the basest
language, and some of the most poetic renderings of bodily functions.
It follows Dr Faust (played by Johannes Zeiler) as he pursues his basest
instincts in a frantic search for power and love.
Representatives of the video game industry, which currently takes in $10 billion per year, were crowing Monday about how the court's ruling protects the "constitutional rights" of its customers but in reality, all they care about is their bottom line, and they're not the least bit shy about appealing to some of our basest
instincts to fatten it up.
Lawyers for Watkins accused Woolas of employing an election strategy "of the basest
kind" which stirred up racial tensions in an area that had seen race riots in 2001.
Mr Woolas is being accused by lawyers for political opponent Mr Watkins of employing a strategy to get elected ''of the basest
Not helped by an economic crisis and self-interested politicians, the discussion on race reverted to its basest