Oh, how easy it is for me, likewise, to lash out at distant persons--tyrannical heads of state, tycoons of all stripes, wielders
of bulldozers and missiles--about whom Nathan also whispers in my ears.
One of the pen wielders
was a lanky young gay man who played his part with passion, especially as he said, "I can't stand those faggots.
But the angry New Delhi protesters were neither Greens nor environmentalists, neither anarchists nor even wielders
of giant puppets.
government may indeed be endangering American security interests by behaving so weakly in response to challenges posed by the emerging hard-line power wielders
Abigail Wilkinson wed 28-year-old cattle station worker David Wielders
after a whirlwind romance.
A sly return from West London's finest guitar wielders
That's about the last thing the wielders
of power want to see enacted.
PoMo is an absurd reverence for the ferocious powers that generated the Orders, and in our time it offers the wielders
of corporate power the assurance that they are descended from the most authoritarian regimes ever invented.
The author emphasizes that culpability extends far beyond fascist oppressors to munitions manufacturers and other less obvious wielders
Among them the champion team was Swanson and Swanson--blond, burly brothers, mighty wielders
of ax and saw, with the skill and brawn to earn their 10-spots a day plus keep.
We're willing to disarm gun wielders
only after they have killed, maimed, or used their guns to terrorize innocent people.
They're starting out right - not in the rehearsal room, but in the theatre of the street, soaking it up as young conjurers, wielders