barbarism


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a term that offends against established usage standards

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a brutal barbarous savage act

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I was, I remember, listening open-eared to all these wonders, for I was young at the time, and this story of an ancient civilisation and of the treasures which those old Jewish or Phoenician adventurers used to extract from a country long since lapsed into the darkest barbarism took a great hold upon my imagination, when suddenly he said to me, 'Lad, did you ever hear of the Suliman Mountains up to the north-west of the Mushakulumbwe country?
And in the good days coming, when John Barleycorn will have been banished out of existence along with the other barbarisms, some other institution than the saloon will have to obtain, some other congregating place of men where strange men and stranger men may get in touch, and meet, and know.
And if we ascend the cathedral, without mentioning a thousand barbarisms of every sort,--what has become of that charming little bell tower, which rested upon the point of intersection of the cross-roofs, and which, no less frail and no less bold than its neighbor (also destroyed), the spire of the Sainte-Chapelle, buried itself in the sky, farther forward than the towers, slender, pointed, sonorous, carved in open work.
A protester said, this is a beginning of the movement against the barbarism which this government is committing for the past 15 years in FATA, Waziristan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The resolution said the ruthless killing of Medical College student Asma was a worst example of injustice and barbarism.
The barbarism which has led to the Holocaust and has brought tribulation to societies since the beginning of human history, the barbarism that this country witnessed in the nineties of the past century, began with words so it is necessary to recognize and oppose it,' said Mr.
Perpetrators of this heinous act of barbarism must be brought to justice, he stressed.
He added that in Afghanistan, Finland "provides troops and financial contributions to support the Afghan national defense and security forces on a modern-day frontier between barbarism and civilization.
On the other hand, the war's death toll, now almost 6,000, highlights the level of barbarism our country has descended today.
To be fair, however, it should be mentioned that Ringmar states explicitly that Liberal Barbarism is neither a book about history generally nor about China specifically but rather that it was developed in the spirit of critical European self-contemplation (therefore acknowledging that the text basically disregards the Chinese side of the coin).
He reiterates two possible paths: humanity resumes the transition to socialism begun by the Russian Revolution one century ago, or it descends into barbarism.
In the wake of last week's Republican debate, here is the question keeping me up nights: When we take barbarism into the very heart of our culture, how can we cure ourselves?
Before the pioneers came, there was cruelty and barbarism, and after the pioneers came there was cruelty and barbarism.
It will show we have grown out of fighting barbarism with barbarism.
ey ght in over-crowded slums and markets, then cry of barbarism when Israel targets them as they use women and children as shields.