Koerber challenged her disparagers
by arguing that women should be allowed to contribute their special talents to the nation-building projects.
question if payments violate ethical practices or can be coercive or harmful to the healthcare practitioner-patient relationship.
Yet their disparagers
have not a word of compassion and sympathy for them.
He knew that the victory itself carried a much louder 'up yours' message to his disparagers
than any supplementary words or gestures could ever do.
Traitors and disparagers
deserved death: he made a point of personally attending their bloody ends, as in Kent in 1451 and 1452.
The Cynics were misanthropists; that is, haters or disparagers
of society who saw community or society as a distraction and as something that hinders individuals from leading a life of primitive innocence, which in their thinking is the truly happy life.
At the other extreme, the main disparagers
of bank secrecy - France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Denmark and Belgium - have also climbed the barricades.
If the streets were to become filled with rotting corpses then no doubt hilarious disparagers
like Mick Davies (Voice of the North, May 8) should they survive, would be, no doubt, the first to condemn the authorities for languid inaction and blundering incompetence.
Finally, the club will encounter some professors who are not supportive of non--academic science, but it is important to remember that the disparagers
are in the minority.
Take that, elitist disparagers
of the substantive but charisma-challenged Hillary Clinton