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But it has also supplied powerful publicity tools to a narcissistic, often nihilistic, cadre of defamers and profaners.
It is this Manichean tendency of contemporary left-liberal defamers of Israel that for Harrison is its defining trait.
Later, after articles in the tabloids that questioned her sexuality, she won a large settlement that required her defamers to famously post ads in major newspapers that removed all innuendo that Foster was anything other than a healthy, heterosexual woman with all the normal, attendant desires.
Certainly, his recent statements would place him in the company of those defamers of Islam.
B'nai Brith Magazine editorialized against "Jewish defamers of Jews," and, according to Rose Hecht, the rabbis of Cleveland "declared Ben would never be allowed to be buried in Cleveland--an honor nobody I know has ever yearned for.
Inserted into this inoffensive amusement are a hundred words of higher temperature and deep scorn, seemingly directed against gossips and ignorant defamers of true poets.
Thus, a company who was hoping to minimize any additional damage to itself ended up losing out on an opportunity to learn the identity of its alleged defamers.
To accommodate the abundant production of Hazony's gallery of post-Zionist/post-Jewish defamers of Israel (both the people and the Land) would require a department store twice the size of Macy's or Harrod's.
David Dary wrote in his book "Red Blood & Black Ink" that many editors of America's Old West carried guns and some even shot their defamers.
Battenhouse argues that Shakespeare means for his duke's forgiveness of Lucio to provide a model of behavior for his king in his treatment of defamers, illustrating the virtues of mercy and toleration.
From the point of view of the defamed, the defamers, or the public, the law of libel is obviously ripe for reform.
Under the proposed bill, defamers of His Majesty could be sentenced from one to seven years in prison.