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to attack with harsh, often insulting language

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The CA, in its assailed resolution, explained that grave and irreparable injury can be committed if the TRO is not issued in favor of the petitioner-commissioners.
It added "the ERC committed errors of fact and law in the exercise of its quasi-judicial functions which warrant the reversal of the assailed orders.
Flag also assailed the Mamamayang Ayaw sa Anomalya, Mamamayang Ayaw sa Iligal na Droga (Masa Masid) of the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) , which Diokno said had institutionalized the anti-illegal drug campaign.
As for Houssine Bitar, a resident of Mulhouse (eastern France), he was assailed with blows from masked separatists.
1 : to attack violently or angrily with blows or words <His plan was assailed by critics.
of Asia Pacific Airlines DG Andrew Herdman assailed recent "unduly onerous" airport security changes as a "knee-jerk" reaction to the foiled transatlantic bombing plot.
Joseph Shuster, a McGill University researcher, was assailed early in the AIDS crisis for suggesting "there is no question that gay men should not donate blood until the issue has been resolved.
Rodgers assailed the CSR-imbued philosophy that guides Whole Foods, calling it similar to those of Karl Marx and Ralph Nader.
Liberal commentators who regard abortion as the central sacrament of their political creed assailed Bennett with gleeful, hypocritical abandon.
To be fair, the emergency response to the hurricane is assailed, though in a general way, and via a fuzzy time line that seems to suggest that some assistance occurred before it actually did in a material fashion.
At every conference I attend, every conversation I hear and every publisher I meet, I am assailed by an unfulfilled desire to understand where online publishing and marketing are going.
Apparently documenting an interview with a young girl, who is assailed by such philosophical questions as "Is an image real?
Eventually, posses were raised, newspapers assailed abolitionists and fugitives as insurrectionists, three whites and twenty-seven blacks were put in prison under the charge of treason, many more were accused, and a trial that included Thaddeus Stevens for the defense was conducted.
Manni stated that this was the first time in the six years of his company's operation that tourists had been assailed in the region.
As a result, the more traditional advertising media (television, magazines, newspapers, buses and bill-boards) find themselves assailed on all sides.