man at the peak of his potential, for "the voice of honest indignation is the voice of God" (MHH 12; E 38), and "those who envy or calumniate
great men hate God, for there is no other God" (MHH 23; E 43)--is to avoid becoming materialistically reinterpreted to mean, Man is God--i.
Within the larger backdrop of the zoo and zoological classifications, their interactions in this scene, in which they further appropriate the codes of queer identity, represent their fears of their own endangerment even as they continue to calumniate
Posterity seldom even troubled to censure or calumniate
him; it simply forgot him; and forgotten he has largely stayed, despite modest revivals in recent years.
Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you and pray for those who persecute and calumniate
you, so that you may be children of your father in heaven.
In his hands, the printed word became an instrument of invective and vituperation, a political tool, a weapon to incite the masses, to calumniate
enemies, to weed out and expose counterrevolutionaries, to destroy or defeat anyone or anything that could be viewed as a threat to the perceived progress of the revolution.
The salient virtue of Smith's irresistibly compelling performance is how he can charm and calumniate
his quarry with equal ease and assurance, a spider enticing one fly after another into his web of deceit.
Their aim was to calumniate
non-Arabs, especially Persians, while praising the Bedouin, the primal Arab element, to the utmost extent.