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Myth of the North, presented by former Guardian hack Martin 'Sweetie' Wainwright aims to show how northerners are endlessly traduced by wily southerners.
The title character is a general of the Byzantine Empire traduced by his scheming wife and eventually reunited with his long-lost son.
But Ryanair tells Dispatches, on at 8pm: "Safety is a matter of evidence - not something that can be traduced to a survey." It also points out it has invested in extra safety measures.
For that I was traduced by MPs like him as a 'lone-wolf' an 'oddball', 'un-clubbable'.
Houston burned brightly in the glare of the spotlight before being utterly destroyed by fame, her talent shrunken, her ego inflated, her health traduced.
and traduced by the ocean's senile and slovenly shush-shush-shush
Leaving Iraq aside, Mr Blair's legacy shows a vast expansion of reckless public spending over many years, which has decimated the British economy and will continue to cause distress to millions; his abandonment of welfare reform has encouraged a massive expansion in welfare reach and costs; declining educational and family standards are daily recorded; his concentration on giltz and spin traduced the normal workings of government, and the tragic loss of any idea of immigration control accompanied by the usual distortion of facts became a regular feature of the Blair government machine.
It is a notable moment for the values on which Europe is founded, and which were so traduced by the Bosnian Serbs and their Svengali, the late Slobodan Milosevic.
"It was with great sadness and regret that I saw our work ill-used and our faith in government's use of evidence traduced," he said.
Admittedly in many cases--and especially with the Philarmonie--the contextual intentions were traduced, but this says more about the general instability of masterplans in the modern period than about the mistaken intentions of the architect.
Most of the poems are pure inventions, ascribed in the book to both real and invented poets." These are not translations: they are traductions, though we are not traduced. This is Kent Johnson, turning the author into a hole in the papyrus: "[Here there is an oblong hole, as if burned by laser rays shot out from gauze covered eyes.]" Complete with paratextual blurbs by forty-two contemporary authors, plus a "Vestibulum" by Slavoj Zizek, this slim book is a boggling beauty, where we learn to "chorus our dead to the music / of the humming strings."
Laube Technology has in traduced Custom silicon rubber keypads for a variety of applications including medical equipment, hand-held POS terminals, access systems, test instrumentation, data input devices and telecommunications.
There is a difference between keeping a faith whose fulfillment is imperfect and being in denial about the fact that it has been traduced. We are learning to lie to ourselves more subtly, and therefore more casually.