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Wickham's] attentions to Miss King were now the consequence of views solely and hatefully mercenary; and the mediocrity of her fortune proved no longer the moderation of his wishes, but his eagerness to grasp at any thing.
It's interesting to see them try to hatefully label her as an animal-rights person.
We quickly said good-bye, kisses again, some pinched each other, hatefully, remembering the candy and all the rest, and we stepped out into the street to look for a cab.
Salma has been compared with Taslima Nasreen, who has been targeted hatefully for her writing.
The fact that Israel is no western-style democracy but a hatefully ethnocracy that offends the rest of the world?
These threats were almost always expressed, in the medieval period and the modern, as assaults against the eucharistic purity and unity of the Church, and those who threatened it thus always hatefully stigmatized as "Jewish dogs.
Mobs in Syria and Lebanon burnt the embassies of Denmark and Norway and, hatefully and indefensibly, attacked a church in Beirut, where 30 people were injured in clashes with police.
And remember that the bitter essence of "Glory Road" - how hatefully black athletes were treated and regarded in that era - is absolutely true.
Originally believed to be a code, it turned out just to be very, very, very small, hatefully small, hysterically small prose, hidden on paper slips, book jackets, and the backs of rejection letters.
Looking up, / we watched the March light she was lying in, / unseasonably green, through the hospice window, // warm even for the South--and hatefully so, / to one who's never been much good with soil.
They travel by tube to Westminster with their bags and briefcases, and they feel that everybody on the train is looking at them as if they are going to blow themselves up; some are speaking rudely to them while others are merely looking hatefully towards them.