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The two denigrators, on the other hand, may not know it yet, but they've lost out.
A study of the reception of Dante in Florence from 1350 to 1481, Simon Gilson's Dante and Renaissance Florence tracks how and to what purposes Dante's supporters and denigrators responded to their city's most famous vernacular poet.
But Prince Charles, having weathered a career of constant personal scrutiny and oftentimes torment at the hands of the British press and denigrators of his city planning and architectural ideas, is a survivor--and a triumphant one--in his own way.
In this regard, it becomes apparent that evolution is not just another scientific theory but rather constitutes a political movement with its supporters and denigrators.
Evita certainly had her denigrators, and her sexual past was the theme of constant attacks by her political enemies.
Butler was herself among the "first signatories" of a July 28, 2003 petition that uses the Israeli-Nazi equation beloved of nearly all denigrators of the Zionist enterprise (going back to British official circles in Cairo in 1941) by stating that "concrete, barbed wire and electronic fortifications whose precedents .
The stories have been used by the poet's denigrators as evidence of his essential charlatanism.
Wills who applies those adjectives to every modern pope but John XXIII) and itemizes specific instances of the exercise of those traits, It is the means employed, not the ends, that he condemns in the ideological denigrators, for he is clearly sympathetic to democratization, to women's rights (he is a leading publisher of feminist theology), to intellectual freedom.
It took the Great Depression and the rise of Hitler to shake that confidence, although the systematic denigrators, led by Lytton Strachey, were already eating at its moral foundations.
Due to the strictures placed on rationality in the study of economics, rationality in human affairs has been widely construed, primarily by its denigrators, as requiring quite unrealistic information processing and computational capabilities.
In half a dozen extended published responses,(12) and additional commentary contained in less targeted books and articles,(13) we have been seen as ahistorical defenders of Supreme Court arrogance, and equally ahistorical denigrators of the constitutional interpretive capabilities of Congress and the executive branch.
Some denigrators may have resented the fact that they possessed neither sufficient ready capital nor the skill to obtain greenmail for themselves.
Some of these have been justified, but all denigrators should remember that the Greeks had a muse for it.
For years, behind his back, King's Negro denigrators had called him "de Lawd.
2) In everyday practice, use of the terms depended on one's attitude to flats: to their advocates, flats were always "apartments"; to their denigrators, "The apartment house really belongs to the same class as the tenement.