Instead, I pressed 1471, extracted 0012697682013 - a very mysterious sequence indeed - fulminated
about my ex-directory number again falling prey to hackers and then, much as Oscar Wilde's Lady Bracknell declares 'a handbag?
As our man in Carlisle fulminated
, the Bishop of Liverpool, James Jones, wasn't far behind him.
Moral theologians fulminated
against "the three great pollutants of Sunday--money, carnal pleasure, and spilt blood.
As the City Council fumed and fulminated
last week over the legal advice it's been getting from City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo, the question arose: Where's Rocky?
That would be your listeners and readers, (he's talking about)," fulminated
The Globe and Mail's Jeffrey Simpson on July 2, 2005, pointed out Martin's hypocrisy in accusing gay "marriage" opponents of "cherry picking" human rights, while he himself fulminated
against a Supreme Court Charter-of Rights-based ruling upholding a right to private medical care.
No doubt if a local Christian minister had written in such a way about Hinduism or Islam, the Echo would have fulminated
with self-righteous indignation against such intolerance and irreverence.
She was one of the "Monstrous Regiment of Women" against whom John Knox fulminated
in the sixteenth century.
Joe Harp, a retired CIA operative, was close enough to read the lettering on the bombs, which indicated that the bombs contained fulminated
mercury, a high-grade explosive.
On Fox News, Bill O'Reilly fulminated
against the "agenda" of "secularists" who oppose the monument: "They want total personal freedom.
A Conservative MP fulminated
in Parliament over this hopeless view of home being commissioned by the Ministry of Information, an attack that only proved Massingham's view of the mingy condition of his country.
For God's sake, we are coming up for six years," he fulminated
While the United Nations dithered and Russia fulminated
against international efforts to rein in its friends the Serbs, the United States put on a NATO fig leaf of international cooperation and went in to stop a genocide in progress.