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The media must first expose and excoriate the banditos - which they have not done, citing the lack of public interest
At that, the others began to loudly excoriate him as a liar and a fool.
used the day after Kamal's crime to excoriate the Clinton administration for allowing 180,000 immigrants to become citizens without adequate criminal record checks.
Just as the Democratic candidates invoke the populist rhetoric of the progressive era while at the same time pandering to the very insurance companies they excoriate, so, too, does their moral crusade appear to be a clever sales job.
Ironically, then, even as misinformed academic leftists excoriate the "Enlightenment project" as arrogant and overreaching, they themselves embody F.
Farmer and war hero, supporter of settlements on the West Bank, ultrarightist politician and cabinet minister, Sharon has clear aims: to describe how almost single-handedly he won many of Israel's wars; to justify his role in the invasion of Lebanon in 1982; and to excoriate his many enemies in Israel.
Path to War'' seeks neither to excoriate nor excuse Johnson, merely to explain the pressures that beset his every decision to escalate U.