Traditional teaching habits and routines, even if they are good ones, are now anathema
Rothenberg suggested the term "advertising" itself might very well be in decline and anathema
to the marketer, connoting distrust.
While religion used to be anathema
to Hollywood, the recent mega-success of ``The Passion of the Christ'' reportedly has every studio in town trying to tap into the newly discovered devout audience.
Camp's views illustrate what happens when religion is removed: then only his views on contraception and pornography and similar issues deserve consideration; the others are declared anathema
Their policies were anathema
to building an Internet conglomerate.
REMAKES: Given how thoroughly NBC botched its adaptation of the British series ``Coupling,'' you'd assume that such efforts would be anathema
Strong support from the senior Department of Defense (DoD) management has always been essential since DARPA was designed to be an anathema
to the conventional military and R&D structure and, in fact, to be a deliberate counterpoint to traditional thinking and approaches.
to most hitting philosophies, but as Olympic coach Mike Candrea said: ``Crystl has done some things in this game that you're not supposed to be able to do.
And that, of course, would be anathema
to the industry.
I hold Schwarzenegger's position on abortion as anathema
A trip to the injured list would be anathema
to a man who has prided himself as an ironman for nearly two decades, who has never before felt physically vulnerable.
I know any tax is anathema
to a conservative, but this idea is ridiculous.