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He suggests that anyone who vituperatively denies "the fundamentals of justice" such as "elementary racial equality" or the "basic equality of the sexes" is not really engaged in some "great national debate" about racial or sexual equality.
Lines that berate Shylock were spoken as vituperatively as possible and directed at him, particularly after his defeat at the trial.
When Jake leaves his apartment with Joey for the St Clare's Church dance, Irma vituperatively declaims that they are going to "suck each other off", then shouts after Jake: "You fucking queer.
In the early 1800s, for instance, Federalists and Democratic Republicans clashed sharply and vituperatively, disagreeing on such fundamental issues as whether creating a Bank of the United States was wise.
There would be no need to speak about utopia so vituperatively if a need were not felt to defend oneself against it.
Colin's individualist spirit and resultant actions in the borstal sit incongruously with the collectivist ideals he constantly and vituperatively espouses.
Ironically (and the essay uses irony as a serious strategy), it has been quoted vituperatively in arguments against GIS.
In the second case, odd letters appear in even positions and even in odd: DELIBERATIVELY, DENATURALIZING, HETEROLITERALS, NONINSTINCTIVE, REHABILITATIVE, VITUPERATIVELY.
Huntington's critics repeatedly and unwittingly hurl back the same ideas that Huntington himself has espoused and sometimes demonstrate how poorly they have done their homework both by misquoting him on the simplest matters (2) and--more serious ly--by vituperatively attacking him, as in the case of Haddad (see above) for what they think are his basic themes but which in fact epitomize the opposite of what he says.
His prose, easily as caustic as Picard's, refers vituperatively to "distasteful" "barbarisms" (5) foisted by "poseurs" (6), an "obscenity practiced upon language" (7), and an "obscurantist mendacity" (8).