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express strong disapproval of

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If he disputes the argument, he should at least disqualify himself from practising that which he decries, so that his readers might have confidence in his ability to report proceedings accurately.
In the process of detailing the science behind his ideas, the author also decries his opponents and shares his travails in getting his controversial theory before his peers and the public.
But in a critique titled Gender Analysis of the WSSD Plan of Implementation, the Women's Environment and Development Organization decries the lack of gender-specific language, noting a "considerable gap in [both] gender-disaggregated data and reports on health risks to women." Says Devra Davis, a visiting professor of public policy at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz School, who spoke at the Women's Tent on the issue of breast cancer, "Things are better than they have been, but it's clear that as women we have a long way to go."
He decries the sameness of schools, and the relentless testing called for in No Child Left Behind.
My English-speaking family was accepted warmly into the community which he decries.
Wills wants a reformed and democratized Catholicism and repeatedly decries the "structures of deceit" which for so long have been such a notable feature of papal power politics and centralized authoritarianism.
(Leach is forever praising people for their 'noble intentions' before blowing them down.) Unfortunately, Leach is so focused on the thing, he is blinded to its effects, seduced by the (lavishly illustrated) images he decries into a focus too narrow.
Edward Wimberly of the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta decries the uncritical attachment of African-American church leaders to Clinton, "settling" for "leaders who cannot, in their private and public behavior, meet our expectations.
At the same time, he is often too narrow, too exclusive - preparing for his critics and readers the procrustean bed he decries. On the whole, however, partisans of the One will find much to enjoy, and will greatly profit from this book.
Additionally, in a New York Times op-ed piece, not titled "Deconstructing Larry," Kramer decries the silence of the lesbians, whom he thinks should be monitoring gay men's sexual lives.
True to the tenets of English Romanticism, the poem decries the narrowness of modern daily life, especially its disconnection from and ignorance of the beauty of nature:
Kennet rightly decries theAmerican replacement system that kept divisions in combat for protracted periods during which they were ground up by attrition.