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I am he whose house you entered to offer your hypocritical prayers.
It laid bare the hypocritical apologies of economists.
Fall voluntarily into my arms, hypocritical and dangerous woman," said D'Artagnan, likewise to himself, "after having abused me with such effrontery, and afterward I will laugh at you with him whom you wish me to kill.
Morrel hesitated for a moment; he feared it would be hypocritical to accost in a friendly manner the man whom he was tacitly opposing, but his oath and the gravity of the circumstances recurred to his memory; he struggled to conceal his emotion and bowed to Franz.
Nisar brazenly said that he will not be hypocritical and will say things as they are.
For the first time since the release of his controversial song, Living Things, Gongo Aso singer, 9ice has come out to defend his choice of songs and lyrics, urging his critics to stop being hypocritical.
A disappointed Maggie told presenter Emma Willis: "For Ann to make that nomination based on the fact that she said I could watch pain, completely hypocritical.
Asked what she thinks of actresses denouncing sexual harassment, Bardot, 83, said: "In the vast majority of cases they are being hypocritical, ridiculous, uninteresting.
During a series of political barbs, US President Donald Trump was accused of making black people the most oppressed in America and called a "lying, hypocritical bigot".
During a series of political barbs, the US president was accused of making black people the most oppressed in America and called a "lying, hypocritical bigot".
com/tim-allen-2016-comedian-says-hollywoods-trump-bullying-hypocritical-after-ama-2450418) Tim Allen Says Hollywood's Bullying Of Trump Is Hypocritical
Yet, we continue to hear hypocritical calls for government change, including in Syria, although we know what happened after Saddam Hussein's overthrow in Iraq and the butchering of Muammar Gaddafi in Libya.