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The convention of the calumniator credited, named in 1934 by the Shakespeare scholar Elmer Stoll, asks the audience to bracket out this question.
Other famous contributions were George of Trebizond's Comparison of the Philosophies of Aristotle and Plato (1458) and, as a response to this, Against Plato's Calumniator (1469) by Cardinal Bessarion, who had been a student of Plethon in his youth.
En 383, condeno la calumnia en nombre de la innocentia y la securitas a la que tenian derecho las personas y establecio el supplicium para el manifestus calumniator (23), si bien dos anos mas tarde (24) aliviaba la pena de muerte sustituyendola por la muerte civil, en forma de infamia, y la deportacion.
Cobbett chortled that Bache's shift from Washington's obsequious flatterer to his violent calumniator was "very amusing.
True, American politics has always found a place for the abusive and scurrilous calumniator of our political leaders.
If anyone is keeping count, his historical defenders have probably outnumbered the calumniators.
67) Later on in the Critique Kant recasts this example in terms of calumniators in the trial of Anne Boleyn, second wife of King Henry VIII.
Refuting Obama's right-wing calumniators, who won't go near this book with tongs anyway, isn't Chait's main purpose.
Finally, he pins down their misfortunes on the guile of "wommen" in general (254) before realizing, once again, that his role is to scold not women but their calumniators.
I see in the beautiful bloated pages that follow the interruptions the erasure of petty intrusions, of the dirty footprints, as it were, of cowards, liars, thieves, vandals, calumniators.
the calumniators would eventually believe they were telling the truth
Companions of the devil, race of vipers, informers, calumniators, darkeners of the mind, pharisaic leaven, Sanhedrin of demons.