Not only does this completely ignore the horror of a likely terrorist attack, it trivializes
and even diminishes the dignity of the dead and wounded.
What a way to trivialize
a PR professional's career.
I find the image portrayed very distasteful - it almost seems to trivialize
the solemnity of this occasion.
this issue by comparing dependency on antidepressant drugs to recreational drugs such as alcohol, only serves to re-enforce ignorance and prejudice surrounding mental health issues.
Amid the often awful television coverage of the September 11 atrocities--the soaring Muzak, gauzy montages, and newscaster cliches that threatened to trivialize
the worst crime ever committed on U.
And before we trivialize
this by referring to "political correctness," let's think about the potential scope of this change.
And I certainly don't want to trivialize
the pain of those who have lost loved ones in these tragedies.
But to synopsize this case is to trivialize
not only Watkins' book, but also the monumental work of Warren and his co-counsel, Barry Goldstein, making the day-to-day course of the litigation seem mundane and its eventual conclusion pre-ordained.
But didn't they trivialize
the American protests, on campuses and Washington's Embassy Row during the 1970s and 1980s and 1990s?
In the face of this event, I want to state my firm condemnation of any attempt to deny, trivialize
or minimize the Shoah, war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Father Luis de Moya, a quadriplegic who knew Sampedro, affirmed in an interview with Zenit that "it seems very clear that his sad story is used in an attempt to trivialize
euthanasia and in that way to prepare the terrain for its forthcoming legalization.
In no way did I intend to trivialize
the tragedy at Bhopal.
The overall stage pictures Macdonald creates are attractive enough in broad terms but, while they in no way trivialize
the score, they do little to enhance its impact.
Some critics have suggested that the shapes and materials trivialize
and make concrete the essentially ephemeral nature of aboriginal sacred structures, and that the location of the collection far off to the right of the main action is an impertinent comment on the first human cultures of the continent.
In the first two chapters, "First Light and the Shape of Things" and "Connections: Convention Bucks, Investigation Flacks," Bambara takes us through the initial phases of Zala's search and chronicles her transformation from shocked mother to the empowered activist who confronts government agencies that trivialize