intolerantly


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in an intolerant manner

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in a narrow-minded manner

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Dimyon said that she had seen many representatives of African and Asian descent in Ukraine, at the stadiums specifically, and she did not witness them being stressed or uncomfortable or treated intolerantly by the others.
Due to the lack of power, it may not behave intolerantly but we say it still exhibits an intolerant stance.
And to intolerantly not build the mosque is just polarizing and leads to the kind of problems that rake up this type of conflict.
It is possible for a nation to stifle its economic growth by adopting passionately and intolerantly religious doctrines of a kind which are incompatible with growth.
Northern Ireland is portrayed as intolerantly hostile compared to the immigrant hub of live-and-let-live London or the Mediterranean unconcern evident in Florenza Spain.
We feel sympathy with the trend when we summon its context: a world still partly feudal, intolerantly Christian, money-mad, mindlessly genteel, imperialist, tightlaced, and anti-sexual.
To secular readers or liberal Christians, that may seem intolerantly triumphalist.
He generously awards Derrida the success of having circumvented the metaphysical tradition by transforming theory into autobiography, but intolerantly claims that Derrida should be considered a thinker lacking any public dimension' (51).
If the government that emerges in Iraq is intolerantly majoritarian, supportive of terrorism, or otherwise hostile to U.
the greatness of every mighty organization embodying an idea in this world lies in the religious fanaticism and intolerance with which, fanatically convinced of its own right, it intolerantly imposes its will against all others.
This may be read intolerantly by people who dislike such prestidigation or more generously as a canny awareness of the contingency of the project at hand--which is after all at issue.