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His defense rancorously twisted the position of the Ciceronians into a paganizing tendency.
23) On this occasion, Soto y Gama delivered a rancorously anticommunist speech.
If Russian behavior in Georgia continues to rancorously divide the international community, Assad could soon find it more difficult to maneuver between the Americans and the Russians, and to use his indirect talks with Israel as a means of reopening a channel to the United States.
It is normal for such grievances to be voiced rancorously by people living within the 10 km radius of the centre.
However, here, as he announced the conditions of Shylock's being spared, Rapley's Antonio stooped to help McEnery's Shylock to his feet and spoke not sneeringly or rancorously but with sincere confidence in the spiritual regeneration he was allowing the Jew an opportunity to grasp.
Its author, Judy Parkes, did not mince words and articulated clearly, forcefully, and rancorously the stereotyped images that the Miner & News specialized in.
Here, Olson was inspired by his mother, who sent him press clippings on the debate on evolution -- which evolutionary scientists rancorously dismissed as no debate at all -- as to whether creationism should be taught alongside evolution in schools, a roundelay ratcheted up when the notion of "intelligent design" entered the dialogue.
188) and rather rancorously undermines Hardy's debut into the world of poetry, his courageous launching of his first volume of verse, Wessex Poems in 1898.
Inasmuch as those who are rancorously and irrationally against the idea of paying any price for freedom, it cannot be denied by the story that even though the deaths and wounds of brave American soldiers are indescribably tragic, there are an exceeding number of likewise indescribable acts of heroism by these same beautiful warriors.
Lyman Beecher's manifesto on Protestant education, A Plea for the West, was delivered as a sermon in Boston but penned at Lane Seminary in Cincinnati, which was even then rancorously divided over the Presbyterian church's failure to articulate a coherent antislavery position.
Sadly I didn't find it and so had to listen to Willis castigating the decision to bat Geraint Jones at three in almost the same breath with which he described his wicket falling; and fellow commentator Ian Botham inquiring rancorously if there weren't any better batsman in England and Wales than those currently on show?
What is remarkable, however, is that Green's work doesn't entail taking sides; to the contrary, the artist has found a way to synthesize some of the most representative and unyielding aspects of this once rancorously riven field into a consistent sculptural modus.
In choosing this association, the editors of Chain Drug Review discussed and debated the decision longer, more carefully and occasionally more rancorously than perhaps any year-end selection has ever been discussed at this newspaper.
Kincaid has rancorously protested against certain identity narratives grounded in either cultural, racial, or gender diff erences.