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spread negative information about

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First, the right have better resources to vilify their enemy--the poor--than the left have to vilify theirs.
Why do we vilify the McCanns yet let the Mugabes, dictators and the warmongers carry on?
In fact, they should be vilified if they use live apes and animals in their research and the Chronicle should vilify them for that.
Since it is, in part, the sexual affirmations of gay male culture that lead young gay men into sex work, LGBT people should also be first to help them get past it, and the last to vilify them.
association with the dissident movement ends up strengthening the hand of the hardliners since they can then vilify the reformers by association.
Sherman's March to the Sea looks critically at sources that would vilify or sanctify Sherman's actions or personality beyond what the events of history say, and focuses upon what Sherman himself intended his wartime strategy to be: not a "total war" in which civilians are brutally slaughtered en masse, but rather extreme property, city, and supplies destruction designed to force the South to end the war as quickly as possible, therefore saving lives in the long run.
Angels owner Arte Moreno said Friday he'd like to see a basic agreement in baseball that includes salary floors and ceilings, but he did not vilify the New York Yankees for their free-spending ways, lauding them for making a ``great deal'' to land shortstop Alex Rodriguez.
Americans have long had an ambivalent relationship with pleasure, and we've always been quick to vilify our objects of desire.
It's a curious slant on ``tolerance'' for an Echo writer to vilify local Roman Catholics, on account of those that committed atrocities in mediaeval Europe.
Policymakers who vilify businesses that are already heavily regulated, like the insurance industry, may get themselves elected or re-elected, then leave it to others to suffer the consequences.
Just as Casey Jones's contemporaries would rather lionize than vilify him, even had they known of his penchant for recklessness, so is Gates admired as a bold individualist who brought benefit to millions by helping make the internet accessible to the masses.
With critics ready to vilify natural products without being versed in the science behind them - or interpreting data in ways designed to keep their names in headlines - companies like Nutratech, Inc.
The above statements not only tended to vilify my reputation or character but actually vilified it.
As President's Representative I am convinced that the leadership of the Parliament should not raise the issue such way - to vilify the president on television channels.
27 (ANI): Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee has described the attempts to vilify India's first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru for his role during the Partition, as a malicious campaign to distort history.