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a prejudiced person who is intolerant of any opinions differing from his own

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As of the end of August, Bigot said they already covered at least 72,200 dogs within the province's 10 towns and lone city
Este es el momento ela que Bigot desvela la desnudez del Amor.
"Our British friends would like to put Hezbollah's military wing on the terror list," said Bigot, adding that the "main element is what is the outcome of the inquiry in Bulgaria," he said in a telephone interview with the Post.
And it is sad to have to see the anti-gay religious bigots listed in Bob Minor's column (Minor Details).
'Bigot' was used by then prime minister Gordon Brown about a Labour voter in Rochdale during the General Election campaign.
The sixty-five year old said: "It wasn't the bigot, it was that he said 'that woman'.
"Reasoned opinions" deemed "thoughtful and sincere" is about as far from "you're a bigot if you disagree" as one can get.
If he hadn't shown himself to be a bigot in the first place, would he still have been bothered in the street by other bigots?
Dario Fo, the play's author and the 1997 winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, is a "well-known Stalinist and anti-Catholic bigot," said William Donohue, president of the Catholic League.
Sociologist Robert Merton theorizes that, despite the fact that many people think they are totally unbiased and everyone else is a raving bigot, people fall into four categories: "all-weather liberals," "reluctant liberals," "timid bigots" and "all-weather bigots."
That does not, therefore, make him a bigot, let alone someone of the same mold as those who once fed gay persons to dogs or burned them at the stake.
What makes King different is that custodians of "respectable" opinion have decreed that any criticism of King is an act of "bigotry." This is ironic, given that Webster's International Dictionary (2nd ed.) defines a "bigot" as "one obstinately and irrationally, often intolerantly devoted to his church, belief or opinion." Guardians of the government imposed King mythology display little tolerance toward those of us not inclined to burn incense at the shrine of that ersatz civic saint.
A "pedant, bigot and brute," though eventually useful to the cause of liberty.
The bigot, as law enforcement personnel should understand, is in a profoundly consequential way a moral failure.
Flora Bigot, head of the Provincial Veterinarian Office, asked piggery owners to regularly disinfect, clean, and limit the entry of people in their farms.