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in an unfair and insulting manner

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Why in addition he should in advance have the whole evidence against him to pick over at his leisure, and make his defense, fairly or foully, I have never been able to see.
It stated: "He seems only to have existed for the purpose of giving a melancholy and un-needed illustration of the truth that a man with the finest prospects, may, by the wildest folly and extravagance, foully miscarry in the advantage of humanity, play away an uniterable life, and have lived in vain.
Press, 2004), 240-50, finds proof of Banquo's moral deterioration in the fact that his diction echoes crucial words of the witches, for example: "Thou hast it now, King, Cawdor, Glamis, all, / As the weird women promised, and I fear / Thou played'st most foully for't" (3.
48) The Party charged that Khrushchev "no longer even adhered to the basic rules of polite behavior and swore so foully that it would cause, as the saying goes, not only your ears to redden [ushi vianut], but also the basest fishwife to blush [chugunnye tumby krasneiut].
Tomorrow our great Russian allies will also be celebrating victory and after that we must begin the task of rebuilding our health and homes, doing our utmost to make this country a land in which all have a chance, in which all have a duty, and we must turn ourselves to fulfil our duty to our own countrymen, and to our gallant allies of the United States who were so foully and treacherously attacked by Japan.
not dead, though it was foully wet, and its thick lips hung slackly open, and seaweed lay plastered upon the cheeks, even though the flat nostrils showed crumbled and gnawed away, as if by fish.
And so the chamberlains, perceiving the error, took her forth foully disfigured and as good as half dead.
What he does not mean is that the Absolute Spirit is here executed, foully murdered by a contingent of cruel Roman soldiers, such that the course God takes in and through time is here stopped in its tracks and the idea of God sketched in the Logic is scratched out.
During the night of the 29th a child was foully murdered at Road, near Frome in Somersetshire, under circumstances of the most mysterious character," the paper said.
They exploit themselves so foully in many minor ways, ones we'd never tolerate at home.
Attempts to categorize this assault on constitutional free speech should be recognized, and opposed, in the courts of justice and of public opinion, for what they are rather than for the champions of free farming that their proponents claim most foully.
28) 'If a painter wishes to join the neck of a horse with a human head, and to place various feathers over them, with limbs assembled here and there, such that a shapely woman from above ends foully in a hideous fish, might you, my friends, restrain your laughter, once invited to a viewing'.
Thou hast it now: King, Cawdor, Glamis, all As the weird women promised; and I fear Thou played'st most foully for't.
You foully abused him on the basis that he was of Pakistani origin.