calumny


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an abusive attack on a person's character or good name

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All of these he took with patience and equanimity, not paying like with like as he went into Election 2016 with a deficit from negatives piled up by all the calumny. Significantly Ghana was witnessing un-matched positives in terms of achievements in economic development and international relations...
The post Top Vatican cardinal accuses papal critic of "calumny and defamation" appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
We need bishops standing up against the calumny spread by these self-appointed watchdogs.
Not to be outdone by their fulminating peers abroad, a good number of Israeli psychoanalysts who identify as radical leftists (or am I repeating myself?) quickly joined those who advocate for the singling out of the Jewish state for calumny. The debate raged on mainly among members of Psychoactive, a group that defines itself as "mental health professionals for human rights." A minority of its members opposed supporting the boycott, stating, quite rationally, that the BDS movement is interested in little save for the delegitimization of Israel and that, besides, ideologically driven censures aren't particularly conducive to free thought and speech.
"My heroine, Shona McMonagle, who works in Morningside Library, went to Marcia Blaine and remains outraged by Muriel Spark's book which she thinks is a foul calumny on her alma mater.
Fernando Karadimas, such accusations against Barros are "all calumny."
Domic described the reports that claimed that President Salva Kiir wanted to step down from power allowing the army to take over as a lie, a "deliberate and calculated campaign of calumny aimed at misleading the public and cause disaffection between the civil population and the troops."
Deliriously anachronistic in his frock coat and punk hairdo, Jamie Offenbach's Don Basilio handled the "Calumny" aria bravely, albeit with some forgivable minor rhythmic glitches.
Churchill was a flawed genius but it is a pity that this calumny has stuck to him ever since.Harry Thomas Neath Abbey
"Making fun of the horrors of the Soviet occupation is as blunt calumny as making fun of the Holocaust.
I CAN'T let this week pass without a comment on the triumph of the families who fought a 27-year-old battle against bureaucratic lies, damned lies and calumny to finally win a verdict of unlawful killing on the 96 football fans who died at Hillsborough.
Unfortunately, a section of media and others have started a campaign of calumny against him inspite of there being bigger defaulters." S HRIRAM Subramaniam, who runs InGovern Research Services, a corporate governance and proxy advisory firm, said while it was true that there were other industrial houses which owed bigger sum of money, Mallya by offering to return ` 4,000 crore was not doing anybody a favour.
Among the highlights of the biography are ruffian force and cowardly calumny, banquets a midst starvation, Rowan and Mary Wollstonecraft, the Londonderry lordling, and new light on Presbyterian loyalty.
For example, suppose you operate a perfume business called TORI GIRL and you sell a perfume called CALUMNY. Your first step is to register the trademark CALUMNY for perfume.
Moreover, those who deny the right of the Jewish people to self-determination and sovereignty often expect "free speech for me but not for thee." Spreading calumny against Israel with apartheid walls is just fine.