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Any grounding, even in rationality, is irrational: "secularism is another orthodoxy we can't shake" is a line from a passage equating the Muslim woman's religious veil and the profane fashion industry (as tyrannic dress code for professionals; as dictator of women's wallets; as driver of sweatshop labor).
GUEZ focuses on the representation of tyrannic characters (the vicious) as the opposite of royal characters (the virtuous).
Echoing his recent controversial speech, which partly blamed failed multi-cultural policies in Britain and other European nations for fuelling extremism, Cameron said tyrannic rule in many Arab countries was also at fault.
The cocky teenage drummer had probably had enough of drumming soberly to Tequila Sunrise and Lying Eyes, so when the band charged into the Ferrari-tempo Get Over It, he let fly with the sticks, first bashing the skins with tyrannic abandon and then repeatedly and defiantly tossing the sticks high into the night sky.
BRAINTEASERS 1 1 LUMP ODD RANT (US business magnate) 2 ODD AND LUCK (Cartoon character) 3 TYRANNIC MODEL (Investigative journalist) INITIALLY YOURS Which film, TV programme or musical number do these initials stand for?
One of the interpretations would be that the crocodile symbolizes a political leader whose leadership is dictatorial and how Abdilatif so hopes that his tyrannic rule will come to an end.
The abjuring of "rough magic" cautions not just against conjuration but against Art's reductive and deluding imitations, especially its proudly tyrannic uses.
Competitor Tyrannic, real name Clayton Georges, 20, of Grangetown, Cardiff, said rappers' battles were becoming more popular in South Wales but this was the first in the Wales Millennium Centre.
The girls' opposition to this tyrannic power was therefore understandable.
Excluding the complicated case of Aristophanes's position, all are presented as adherents of the view that a tyrannic eros should rule and that the many can be especially excited and controlled by means of Agathon's poetry and Alcibiades's imperialistic ambition.
Let not men then in the pride of power, use the same arguments that tyrannic kings and venal ministers have used, and fallaciously assert that woman ought to be subjected because she has always been so.
In 1915 an outpost mindset more tyrannic than distance itself isolated white Australians from their regional neighbours, and even from their indigenous people.