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spread negative information about

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For the past 34 years, ever since the Islamic revolution overthrew a US-backed monarchical dictatorship, Iran's new representative political system has been consistently vilified in the US media," parts the letter read.
CORRIE'S Samia Ghadie is being publicly vilified over her relationship with Dancing on Ice partner Sylvain Longchambon.
So my second moment of realisation was that if I don't want those at the bottom vilified and targeted--with abuse personalised around them--then how could I personalise and target those at the top?
HE WAS vilified by the press for jumping into a lifeboat as the Titanic went down with the loss of more than 1,500 lives.
BRENDAN Gleeson has revealed he is to play a vilified priest in a dark comedy by the writer and director of The Guard.
Rooney has been vilified by Everton fans in the past and in one previous Goodison Park match Ferguson admitted he had to substitute the England striker for fear the crowd would get him sent off.
To misquote Mel Gibson misquoting another vilified Scotsman, William Wallace: "You can take my life, aye, but you'll never influence my choice of biscuit.
I don't think it does anybody any good when public employees are denigrated or vilified or their rights are infringed upon.
Martin Taylor was vilified - and still gets vilified to this day.
I became the public face [of the disaster] and was demonised and vilified.
The situation in Caerphilly is such that knowing what you are talking about is a reason to be abused and vilified.
The first was Allistar Campbell's supposed emotion because his beloved Blair was being vilified after his Chilcott appearance.
But Ajinomoto said aspartame had been unfairly vilified.
IT'S shocking that poor Kate McCann is vilified as soon as she tries to do something positive.
ON reading the news over the past few days it would seem that if you are a JP and you criticise a Muslim for wearing a full veil in court on grounds of security you are vilified and an inquiry is launched.