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I abhor the personal ads that are looking for someone who is "straight-acting.
The childhood life lesson he learned best was to avoid judging people and to abhor slavery.
Even Kathy Acker's Empire of the Senseless, for those students who made it (or skipped) to the end, saw Abhor, "part robot and part black" (3), attempt to write her own story.
We'd still love and protect our families, fear death, abhor tyranny, and enjoy a good meal.
This "painting" runs counter to computer artists' more general tendency to abhor a vacuum, fueled perhaps by their ability to fill pictorial space at the click of a mouse.
offers insect repellent products that are DEET-free and 70 percent organic, including a repellent lotion ($6) made from an intoxicating blend of essential oils and a sweet-smelling spray ($7) that bugs abhor.
Referring to the poll's finding that almost three quarters of British Muslims were opposed to terror attacks, council spokesman Inayat Bunglawala said: 'It confirms our own finding that the overwhelming majority abhor terror attacks and see them as unIslamic.
Just as we abhor the violence of abortion, we abhor violence as a means to stop abortion.
While I abhor the use of violence against anyone, including immigrants, either legal or illegal, in this post-9/11 era the issue of the porous border, as mentioned in Tim Vanderpool's article ("Border Vigilantes," April issue), is one of utmost importance and concern.
Although I abhor superstore shopping, at least I can see the goods I want to buy.
Chomsky abhors the loss of life committed by 9-11's perpetrators, and asks us to similarly abhor the murderous acts committed with our tax dollars in our names.
Military professionals uniformly say they prize peace and abhor war.