New York Times film critic Frank Rich, who execrates
Gibson's film as a "porn movie" of the "homoerotic" variety (a description which Rich would generally offer as a compliment, judging from previous reviews), insists that "the fracas over The Passion has made me feel less secure as a Jew in America than ever before.
Coverdale affirms his confinement to that past "set of forms" as he again uses an alchemical metaphor to execrate
Zenobia as "not deeply refined.
Brophy goes on to write that for the Professor aeronautics was "the only achievement of his own century which he would compare with Mozart's music" (13), a statement that coincides beautifully with the opening lines of Brophy's essay "The Importance of Mozart's Operas" from her book Mozart the Dramatist (1964) where she writes, "Our century, which will surely be the most execrated in history (always provided it allows history to continue so that there is someone to execrate
it) has this to its credit: it is recognising Mozart.
Corporate America wants them to work two jobs in the service sector, watch Donald Trump on television, and execrate
themselves for having failed to prosper.
77) But suppose that those who execrate
abortion come to see their opposition as grounded in their interpretation of a detached value--the sacredness of human life--that abortion's defenders also recognize but conceive of differently.
Why did the followers who venerated a Jewish teacher, who held him to be the Jewish Messiah, both execrate
and persecute his nation so long?
It is an odd belief, for it is neither Islamic (which emphasises personal responsibility on earth and execrates
miracles and magic) nor is it indigenous to the area.
The Chief Priest execrates
Traherne: 'Nuk Nuk Thanshai, Feringhi Thanshai' (No, no, devil, foreign devil).
13) The connection strongly suggests that while the poet-critic would doubtless be foremost among those whom the later Baxter execrates
as 'cheese-headed ladder climber[s]', it was Eliot who provided the basis of Baxter's juvenile critique of his grandfather, Professor Macmillan Brown: an unpublished poem in fact entitled 'Wisdom and Knowledge' (pp.
the weak and marginalized characterizes nearly every
What the "authentic exponents" have been transmitting, in other words, is some version of a Party official's invention, a new combination of breathing, meditation, and gymnastics cleansed of what the Chinese Communist Party's doctrine execrates
as superstition, but which occidentals tend to think of as ancient wisdom.
Her aestheticism opposes mimetic theories of representation and the dualities concocted in their name; execrates
liberal/ moralistic cant in a style that is both a mask and a transmutation; cultivates a love of the movies for their brio in subverting cultural norms and fostering "newer modes of thought"; and is very much a partisan of the plural--it seeks to enact our erotic plural.
In an oft-cited exchange, Caliban bitterly execrates
Prospero: "You taught me language, and my profit on't/Is, I know how to curse.
Nasr is not a fulsome or unbending apologist, He execrates
That is why the FN, while declaring somewhat hollowly that France should remain on terms of friendship with the US, rejects the idea of the New World Order, denounces the EU's endorsement of American pressure for generalized free trade, execrates
the insidious penetration of debased American culture via the media, and calls for resistance to 'l'Amerique, ennemi des peuples'.