36) Not long before 1990, it was unthinkable for one nation to reprehend
First, he reiterates the use of jokes as a potent form of social criticism: "It is also good when by a retort we reprehend
something without seeming to mean to do so.
Laura Schlesinger, who dared to reprehend
homosexual pressure-groups, Joseph Sobran observed:(10)
After many "vehement" speeches by the Rabbi, a crowd of forty or fifty Jews gathers, "and some of them beganne very insolently to swagger with me, because I durst reprehend
Godber has been taken to task by some of his critics for not creating "characters' and for failing to reprehend
the life styles he's reporting on.
aggressive war which reprehends
it, but that it is necessarily a
Common sense reprehends
the very idea, while common practice relies on it in our most collective judgments.
112, and courts have long held that "any state may impose liabilities, even upon persons not within its allegiance, for conduct outside its borders that has consequences within its borders which the state reprehends
The court found that "any state may impose liabilities, even upon persons not within its allegiance, for conduct outside its borders that has consequences within its borders which the state reprehends
Strong ties the concept of baptismal regeneration to the rise of infant baptism, which he rejects and reprehends
Beyond any doubt, the UEFA firmly reprehends
match-fixing, chicanery and the like.
Cicero defends "justice" as morally obligatory to human beings and intrinsically useful; he consistently reprehends
the philosophy that sees pleasure as the highest good.