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For him, the typical male hero of the stage is "a derider of Religion, a great Admirer of Lucretius, not so much for his Learning, as his Irreligion," and the typical heroine given to "immodest Repartees, and profane Raillery.
When Liverpool's deriders used to label the Reds a "one man team" - before the arrival of Fernando Torres - they were missing the point.
Chauvinist deriders of women's sport will no doubt be amazed that the final is only a best-of-seven affair, compared to the best-of-35 format in the men's event.
Chazan's comparison of Bernard with the Cluniac Peter the Venerable provokes the thought that the latter's still not entirely explained anti-Jewish virulence may in part have resulted from his transferring to the Jews, as deriders of the sacraments of human salvation, animus built up against Berengar of Tours for a similar reason; Berengar's teachings are known to have caused anxiety at Cluny.
Deriders call it plastic and artificial, which of course it is.
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