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Thus, also, the predictable attacks on opponents' masculine image, such as the Swiftboat slanders against John Kerry's military service and right-wing radio hosts' use of childishly or vulgarly feminized nicknames to mock liberal officeholders.
Religion was not just vulgarly and forcibly injected into social and political spaces where it never belonged, it was also tailored and customised according to the demands of different occasions and the changing interests of those who make a living out of manipulation in religion's name.
It is an argument that only appears to succeed because it has been fighting all these years a metaphysical straw man, the univocal concept of God--the clockmaker God as he was vulgarly conceived--rather than the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
To judge whether such retaliations are likely to produce such an effect, does not, perhaps, belong so much to the science of a legislator, whose deliberations ought to be governed by general principles which are always the same, as to the skill of that insidious and crafty animal, vulgarly called a statesman or politician, whose councils are directed by the momentary fluctuations of affairs.
Gabriele Lesser, a journalist representing, among others, Berliner Tageszeitung (the paper that used to vulgarly mock the late President Kaczyfski), was truly irritated when she encountered in Uwazam rze [a rightist Polish weekly, Ed.
We are in a country, which is always exploited, always used, so vulgarly, like a checker piece at people's fingertips.
If one has the money, one would eat to kill himself; dress himself uncomfortable and tasteless clothes; walk in most weird shoes; travel in vulgarly expensive vehicles.
She also says Bistrong gave the investigation targets a hard sell, citing one phone call where he vigorously and vulgarly berated an individual who wanted out of the fictional corrupt deal.
Being depicted as vulgarly acquisitive offends many Iranian-Americans--though many also say vulgarly acquisitive is a darn sight better than being depicted as terrorist killers.
Jonathan Swift (1960, 283) describes this confusion genially in the following way: "These animals, which are vulgarly called suits of clothes, or dressed, do according to certain compositions receive different appellations.
The Most Notable Antiquity of Great Britain Vulgarly called Stone-Heng on Salisbury Plain Restored was based on notes written by Jones and edited by John Webb.
A Free Enquiry into the Vulgarly Received Notion of Nature, (Ed.