Being a Roman Catholic myself, I abominate
what has happened in the past to the men and women who were violated by priests, who ordained to become pillars of the Roman Catholic Church.
George Mason warned against maintaining peacetime standing armies-"I abominate
and detest the idea of a government, where there is a standing army," to quote him exactly--but James Madison thought that a "government of a federal nature" could be entrusted with "one of the greatest mischiefs that can possibly happen.
A]ll cultures abominate
murder, theft, treachery, dishonesty, and other cardinal vices.
and detest the idea of government, where there is a standing army," George Mason told Virginia's ratifying convention.
When she echoed the rhetoric of the book of Revelation 6:16 (8), for example, she prophesized that many of the "sable-skinned Africans" that White Americans abominate
would excel in "the kingdom of heaven as the stars forever and ever.
14) According to Crapol, one of his biographers, it was the three years experience as a teacher in this private school that caused Blaine to abominate
slavery and become a lifelong opponent of discrimination and inequality.
29) As late as 1672, while justifying the English conquest of Jamaica, the English editor and publisher Richard Blome noted that "Indians, who are the natural proprietors of America, do abominate
and hate the Spaniards for their cruelty and avarice; and upon every occasion will shew their willingness to give themselves and their Countreys, freely into the power and protection of the English.
I certainly do not abominate
Paxson's book (the "exposition" in question) and give it good marks as fiction.
children so much that I have always had the greatest regard for Herod.
Much as I abominate
writing, I would not give up Mr.
I would, in fact, say that I abominate
this shithole, second only to the godforsaken, sunblasted, bullet-riddled abattoir known as the United Cunts of America--
The accounts of his last days are very moving and although one may abominate
what he stood for, he seemed remarkably serene and almost childlike, remaining convinced of the rightness of what he did to the end.
What they abominate
about 'the West,' to put it in a phrase, is not what Western liberals don't like and can't defend about their own system, but what they do like about it and must defend: its emancipated women, its scientific inquiry, its separation of religion from the state.
Nor can there be any doubt that those who planned such terror have forfeited the right to live in a world they so clearly abominate
Both Waugh's determination to be a combatant and the revulsion with which he records the absurdities of the British army--he would, for example, speak of the British in Crete as "a pitiful spectacle" (Diaries 503) and confess to his wife, "I abominate
military life" (Letters 153)--reveal that this global war was anything but a laughing matter to him.