revulsion


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intense aversion

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Where's our revulsion at the hideous birth defects among Iraqi babies deformed by our saturation of their air, water and soil with depleted uranium, surpassing post-World War II rates in Hiroshima and Nagasaki?
Judge Paul Thomas said there would be public revulsion at the offence.
Cameron said he had spoken to the Australian premier and sent messages to the US and Canadian leaders "to express my sadness and revulsion at the deaths of a number of Australian, US and Canadian service and civilian personnel in Afghanistan yesterday".
Ms Symington's murder was met with a wave of revulsion across Northern Ireland.
Animal Aid tells us that there is no limit to the shooting industry's capacity to cause revulsion.
It's easy to generate revulsion, disdain, and even hate for people associated with unpleasant incidents in life, but one man, Douglas Greenwich, learned the hard way not to let loathing guide his actions.
REVULSION and pity have understandably greeted today's images of the hostage Alan Johnston wearing a suicide belt.
I WONDER if all the people now complaining about the hanging of Saddam Hussein felt such revulsion when Ken Big-ley had his head cut off live on television, courtesy of al Qaida?
Francis of Assisi is an inspiring heroic figure who appears in this story; the connection is made that Blanche's faith, like that of Francis of Assisi, was based on a revulsion for the wealth and power of the Church.
In addition, a generational factor may be at work: The people running the military today came of age during Vietnam, when the war at home was lost on the strength of public revulsion.
Someday we'll look back on the anti--gay-marriage hysteria with the same revulsion.
Most likely it will unite us in revulsion or boredom.
The reader gets a heavy dose of Olson's devotion to Flacius and revulsion of Melanchthon, leading this reviewer to wonder whether Olson tends toward presenting a hagiography rather than a biography.
Despite the revulsion Harry feels for Voldemort, Harry must investigate memories tied to his most deadly enemy, in the hope of learning all he can.