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comes with ill grace, indeed, from a man who, to my personal knowledge, has basely and persistently reviled Your Grace, has ridiculed and calumniated your Vicar-general, called the Superior of the Dominicans in this city "a scoundrel", besides bitterly denouncing others of his brother clergymen of this Archdiocese.
2005 "Chaucer's Franklin's Tale seen in the context of the tales about calumniated women", in: Marcin Krygier--Liliana Sikorska (eds.
8) Valerii Shevchenko goes even farther, portraying Smerdyakov as a calumniated and heroic figure.
I've been calumniated," says Vincent (Andrew Tiernan), one of a trio of North London toughs who would seem to be on the run from everything except language itself.
The pedophilic, drug-intoxicated pseudo-poet who calumniated Madison Avenue, capitalist "Amerika," and materialism in one breath and preached peace-love-brotherhood the next?
Tellingly named after the biblical temptress, the hurricane "Jezebel," which disrupts Dunne's plot to kill Julia, suggests the revenge of calumniated womanhood on the misogynistic power of murdering men.
His comedies may end with a couple about to be married, but his presentation of the married, on the comparatively rare occasions when both husband and wife are alive and appear on stage, is much more likely to show things going very badly wrong, whether the wrongness takes the form of a temptress Lady Macbeth or a calumniated Desdemona.
Yet such was the stature of the man and the power of his clear rational argument that many in high position and low, in government and university and church, followed him out of the establishment and into the "foreign" church, even while their counterparts strongly condemned him, calumniated and derided him, questioning his motives and integrity.
For the honor of human nature, it is to be hoped that the examples are not numerous of men so greatly calumniated and persecuted, as I have been, with so little cause.
It is a task that biographers of dead revolutionary leaders calumniated in subsequent counter-revolutions often have.
As is typical of the narrative pattern established in these stories of calumniated women, the empress is saved; later she is falsely accused a second time and exiled.
9) The canons of the first, at which Lazarus calumniated the bishop of Tours, have not survived, while the second council's canons are extant.
More generally, the authors of The Federalist Papers attempted to defuse controversy over "necessary and proper" by claiming that the clause was an "unfortunate and calumniated provision" or superfluous.
Its members have been defamed and calumniated and even their houses have been ransacked.
b) Chettle testifies that two of the calumniated dramatists, clearly Marlowe and Shakespeare, believed that Chettle forged the work;