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Consider, then, Anselmo my friend, that Camilla is a diamond of the finest quality as well in thy estimation as in that of others, and that it is contrary to reason to expose her to the risk of being broken; for if she remains intact she cannot rise to a higher value than she now possesses; and if she give way and be unable to resist, bethink thee now how thou wilt be deprived of her, and with what good reason thou wilt complain of thyself for having been the cause of her ruin and thine own.
Things are censured either as impossible, or irrational, or morally hurtful, or contradictory, or contrary to artistic correctness.
He caught Fangs strolling in the forest, and said he chased the deer contrary to his master's right, as warden of the walk.
A curious arrangement, and one without an exception on the lunar disc, is that the interior surface of these circles is the reverse of the exterior, and contrary to the form taken by terrestrial craters.
He is wealthy businessman, Mike Spanos, who is planning on following the successful George Vass formula, which involves standing as an independent but having the support of the commies of Akel.
I had recently read a poem called Glasgow, by Alexander Smith, and in The Commie, at that time, on that day reminded me of his "love and death dwelling in noise and smoky breath".
Continue reading "The Postwar Origins of the Slur "Gay Commie Jew"" at.
Rustamova told the tribunal that her year teaching "the Commie Boys" was a "fantastic experience", and that she enjoyed "developing them and their attitudes and seeing all but one successfully avoid being expelled".
You never can tell with these tree-hugging Commie types.
Here's a short list of some words and phrases "blocked" in China's most popular instant-message software: "Betray the nation, commie dogs, freedom, human rights, massacre, prohibited reading, revolution, student unrest and our personal favorite: 'Will of the People'.
He still laces those lilting Italian names with a hard American "g," and he tried to wow the commie town council with his global triumphs when seeking their approval.
Red Scared: The Commie Menace in Propaganda and Popular Culture, by Michael Barson and Steven Heller.