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(45) A similar tale follows the story of Griselda in Christine's Cite des Dames (2.51), which also includes two additional examples of the motif of the virtuous calumniated heroine (2.37,3.12), a locus classicus of debates on the moral stature of women.
calumniated in their populare sermons" he was clearly thinking of
Al though APWA enjoyed the government's patronage and protection, yet they were calumniated by clerics without let or hindrance.
Yes, and it is better to know that by your charity (if you don't, you will be publicly calumniated and demonized) you will save your government thousands of dollars that could be more effectively used for more important causes--such as winning the Global War Against Terrorism.
Since the appearance of that scandalous work, Harriette Wilson's Memoirs, I have suffered much by my own reflections and those of my friends: she has calumniated me whenever she has mentioned my name, and appears to delight in reducing all to her own disgusting level.
Nor do they examine any examples of the much calumniated movement activism they denounce.
She is ridiculed, raped, calumniated, used, condemned and sometimes abandoned.
However, Khalid indicates that for Central Asians, the revival of Islam meant a return to national tradition, that is, the rediscovery of a national heritage which had been calumniated during the Soviet period.
Alajos Samuel,subdeacon-parson in Pest-Alsovaros, was also condemned and calumniated. Baron Karl Geringer, plenipotentiary civil commissioner of Hungary, was determined to bring to trial Karoly Funk, chaplain in the church of Nagyboldogasszony, Mihaly Mraz, parson and chaplain in Szentrokus, Marton Stanczl, and Jozsef Rath, chaplains at St.
This episode bears a striking resemblance to the folkloric motif of the "calumniated wife," discussed in Barbara Newman, "The Heretic Saint: Guglielma of Bohemia, Milan, and Brunate," Church History 74:1 (March 2005): 1-38; 24-26.
The Social Democrats, already discredited by their previous support of the war, are calumniated as traitors to the socialism they profess:
Those advisors are slandered, calumniated or thwarted" (NRC gazette, 2004).
Cudapanthaka is at one point calumniated by nuns with the expression putramotikaputro 'Ipasruta 'uneducated putramotikaputra' (Cowell and Neil 1886: 493.20-21).
The positive notion of a degraded, calumniated individual (as Makia Wokwo) breaking free from the logorrhea of bastardity is muted in a stasis that breaks out into a too neat catastrophe, complete with a stage littered with corpses.
"Few writers," Benjamin Disraeli comments, "have been more successful in inducing us to pause before we accepted without a scruple the traditionary opinion that has distorted a fact or calumniated a character" ("On the Life and Writings of Mr.