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“[In at least one mobile phone address book, I have now been re-labelled as 'Astray'.”
“Irritated, Millán-Astray responded: ¡Muera la inteligencia!”
“As was his habit, Millán-Astray responded with "¡España!”
“José Millán Astray, the founder of the Spanish Legion and a key figure in the fascist government of Francisco Franco, was the man who popularized the slogan "Long live death.”
“And that's hardly the fault of those of us who can discern, in conservative ranks, the foul and diseased psyches that found such apt expression in the words of Astray and do today in the comments to which I linked above.”
“It torments me to think that General Millán-Astray could dictate the norms of the psychology of the masses.”
“Our second book, "Religion Gone Astray: What We Found at the Heart of Interfaith," published in October 2011 by Skylight Paths Press, focuses on this question.”
“The cause of death onour national tombstone will be Ignorant Peckerwoods Led Astray by Pied Piper Propagandists.”
“Something about it reminds me of the Irish story of Sweeney Astray as told by Seamus Heaney.”
“Each of the four chapters focuses substantially on a single major text: Sweeney Astray (1983), Station Island (1984), Beowulf (1999) and The Testament of Cresseid (2004).”
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