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All aspects of sensationalism, vituperation and exaggeration must be halted as it only assembles the pyre before the indoctrinated viewers, readers and listeners set it ablaze.
Hence, the vituperation and stridency that have come to grip the discourse of certain federal and provincial ministers must come to a close.
Or was reviewing a "game" (Coleridge's word) in which a certain amount of vituperation was expected by everyone involved?
After reading American Betrayal and much of the vituperation generated by neoconservative "consensus" historians, I conclude that we cannot ignore what West has demonstrated through evidence and cogent argument: We underestimated Communist influence in our government during the 1930s and 1940s, and now we underestimate Islamist influence.
Another test of Tory nerves is the level of vituperation.
These women have maintained relationships with one another across the partisan divide, while those among their male colleagues have steadily deteriorated, giving way to competitive grandstanding and vituperation.
The public will not accept such a group under the pressure of vituperation and terrorism," he wrote in the independent newspaper Al Masry Al Youm.
Ricks's tone toward certain of his subjects eclipses censure and borders on vituperation, while others bask in the gentle glow of his prose.
Besides insisting that the tenzone not be viewed simply as a youthful error in Dante's poetic career but an instructive exercise that prepared him for the invective he uses in the Commedia, Alfie proposes that Dante's return to the actual material of the sonnets in the late cantos of Inferno 29-30 and in Purgatorio 23-24 reveals Dante's continued engagement with the poetics of vituperation and his desire "to explore the moral and ethical dimensions of praise and blame" (84).
You need only spend five minutes in a betting shop or a racecourse bar to hear some jockey's shortcomings being aired, usually unfairly, the stream of vituperation generally muffled by its passage through someone's pocket.
Let us solve problems, not create new ones through insults and taking offence and through vituperation .