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Why don't they fulminate against those who abrogated the constitution and torn the country asunder?
Though it is convenient to blame the army, it has shown no sign of interfering with the political process and yet Nawaz continues to fulminate against "unnamed forces".
Moreover, heterodox writers protected themselves by camouflaging their meaning with irony and ambiguity, leading Bishop William Warburton to fulminate against '"illimited, UND1STINGUISHABLE IRONY, which affords no insight into the author's meaning, or so much room as to guess what he would be at'" (119).
Poland and the Baltic states were the first to fulminate against a distribution quota.
For instance, it would be futile to fulminate against the Spartans because they were forbidden to deal in money and to build walls of protection around the city of Sparta, even though in other city states reason indicated that this should be done.
Even the once famously tolerant Dutch and Danes are increasingly voting for parties that fulminate against the scourge of immigration.
I certainly fulminate against the way governments misuse the tax citizens like me pay.
China and Russia will fulminate against any missile strikes on Syria, but they could be severely outnumbered at the U.
Meanwhile, Sudanese officials continue to fulminate against the attack which Khartoum also alleges it killed two people.
Therefore, they fulminate against secular Kemalists or leftists who do not see Islam as a founding or motivating element of a nation-state.
Like many people, I find it ironic that certain conservatives fulminate against the dissent of anti-life Catholics like Pelosi and John Kerry then routinely issue broadsides against anything the Vatican says about the problems of globalization and in favor of more equitable social policies.
It's a pity that those who fulminate against the protesters can't summon up the same fury for those who landed us in this dire mess.