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The troops later called the teachers, including a female, and did not spare them for their share of invectives. 'The female teacher and other female students were also abused and harassed, ' the students said.
These nameless buffoons that deliver the invective won't be having a eureka moment.
By examining the structure, aims, themes, and style of various Greco-Roman and Jewish polemical texts, Robinson shows the degree to which Greco-Roman invective and Jewish judgement oracles influenced composition of the short but detailed Epistle of Jude.
Dastgir-Khan hit back on Twitter, writing that Pakistan, as an "anti-terror ally" of the United States, had given Washington land and air communication, military bases and intelligence cooperation that "decimated Al-Qaeda over the last 16yrs" while America "has given us nothing but invective and mistrust", National Post reported.
Readers cannot, nor should they, expect Maria Teresa Micaela Prendergast's Railing, Reviling, and Invective, in Ashgate's Material Readings in Early Modern Culture series, to answer this and other questions about the motivations driving a writer's decision to respond to public censure.
Readers will recall that similar invective was directed at Malala when both the girls' medical and education fees were paid by foreign governments.
The Invective shotgun includes a full auto fire mode with increased range and impact,  and the last round of ammo deals additional damage and can regenerate ammo over a period of time.
(3) Accordingly, I posit here that bodily invective in Epodes 8 and 12 functions metapoetically.
BAGHDAD, May 29 (KUNA) -- Visiting Qatari Foreign Minister Khaled Al-Attiah on Friday rejected invective by Western Media over his country's hosting the 2022 World Cup, in the aftermath of the arrest of several FIFA officials on graft charges.
Much of Kincaid's works are considered autobiographical and portray her as an invective, melancholic person.
I, too, was equally astounded by the invective of the vociferous ranks of several correspondents on February 10.
The seven chapters follow a chronological scheme arranged as a series of juxtaposed micro-biographies portraying, among others, Petrarch, Salutati, Panormita, Filelfo, Poggio, Valla, and a few minor figures who were makers and often targets of invectives. In strictly informative terms, chapters one to six do not offer new material that the classic studies on the subject of humanistic invective (like those by Remigio Sabbadini, Felice Vismara, Pier Giorgio Ricci, and Antonio Lanza) have not already covered, but their arrangement as a narrative helps the reader place the invective against a historical background.