pariah


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Yet I do not challenge the Likudniks to a debate, because the maximum I can do against them is boycott them, as I refuse to sit with these modern-day pariahs.
of pariah a formula for non-conformist rebellion directed as much
Further on in the paper I explore elements from my work, Heisting beauty (2007), to introduce a comparativeness between my work and Cohen's so as to indicate why the use of the term pariah (5)--associated with the marginalised and of rejection--is useful as an enabling term when reading both my work and Cohen's.
From a pariah industry only several years ago, today the steel and metal commodity business has been one of the most dynamic in the mergers and acquisitions markets.
For one thing, Pyongyang knows that if one wants to be a pariah state, one has to make sure one is the worst pariah state.
But while Bolivia is "fast becoming a pariah of insurance markets," trade credit insurers shouldn't be hit too hard by the government's move, he said.
Shunned by the women and children at the public baths, where she scrubs herself into a bloody mess, she becomes a pariah.
And Tidewater Community College and the city joined hands with the local pariah to build a cutting edge Advanced Technology Center.
The slowly changing relationship between the lead couple from "Knock Knock" jokes to love drives the story line with Josie receiving plenty of reader empathy as the town pariah.
Moore's defiance, however, has not made him a pariah in some circles.
Just one example, Elwall says that in the 1860s architectural photography took on 'a pariah status'.
His old-boy law firm sees Andrew Beckett [Tom Hanks) as an unclean pariah because he's brought AIDS into their men's room, and they want him cast out.
According to the court, "Government does not have to treat religion like an untouchable pariah in order to avoid state entanglement with religion in violation of the Establishment Clause.
Further, in a society where lawyers are variously viewed as social pariah, outcasts at life's rich feast, a necessary evil or, in some cases, the scum of the earth, it's hard to get too worked up about Weser's midnight assault on the temples of jurisprudence.
Although long regarded as a pariah by the medical/scientific establishment for her controversial views on radiation effects, Stewart became known to many as a visionary who worked indefatigably to advance the understanding of radiation health effects and cancer etiology.