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New Delhi [India], October 18 ( ANI ): Lambasting the killing of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leader Ravinder Gosai, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday stated that the guilty must be brought to book.
Miller, besides lambasting pop culture, said he stood "shoulder to shoulder" with his colleagues and Moore in bemoaning "the terribly wrong direction our modern judiciary has taken us in.
When he finished he startled me back into reality by lambasting the United States
Lee, lambasting him for basing decisions on faulty intelligence, lacking the ability to delegate and very possibly making poor strategic moves while suffering from heart disease.
Senate hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton and both Democratic presidential candidates are lambasting President Clinton's "don't ask, don't tell" compromise as a mistake.
Tibor Wlassics has ridiculed the "de-" word by drawing parallels to delicing, lambasting "detheologizing" (an attention-grabbing neologism) as a "trendy twang" and "corny tag" calculated to win the author "her Guggenheim" (Lectura Dantis 11:111).
The Problem With Fulsome: In her Newsweek article (Food, 6/15/92) lambasting TV chefs and cookbook authors for being too commercial, Laura Shapiro leads with this:
Stupak (D-MI) started the hearing by lambasting the National Park Service for announcing a snowmobile ban without considering those people that would be most affected.
Lambasting the current inept and ineffective KPK government, Amir Muqam cited its recent call for a Global Donor conference as an open case of its (KPK) mistrust of federal endeavours, and said that former President Musharrafs government was much better than the incumbents, as he had managed to fetch in quite an international aid for 2005 earthquake.
KARACHI, May 21, 2010 (Frontier Star): Lambasting Ch Nisar's recent remarks against President Zardari, Senior Minister Pir Mazhar-ul- Haq on Friday again made it clear that President Zardari is a firm supporter of independent judiciary adding he respects the courts in true letter and spirit.
Rambling but with a caustic wit, he is as funny when lambasting politicians as he is describing how to open a jar.