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  • (Hence the later appellation "Repudiated" for a group of poems he'd already published by that time and subsequently rejected.)

    'As Good as Great Poetry Gets'

  • Repudiated in Mark, fraught with theological implications, and very light on what I'd call a corroborating detail.

    Not All Atheists Are Mythicists

  • MR. MCCURRY: Repudiated, I don't know that we'd repudiate -- repudiation and failing to negotiate publicly are two different things.

    Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry

  • Repudiated by their national council, Madeley and van den Berg resigned from the party, the latter to join the Nationalists.

    Class & Colour in South Africa 1850-1950 - Chapter 23

  • Repudiated, 'and in the body of the article we see this temperance committee, if not openly repudiating Mr. Smith, allowing the Canadian Pacific Railway to defame his character, and to their very teeth justify his dismissal, and giving their consent to both.

    The Story of a Dark Plot or Tyranny on the Frontier

  • Repudiated by his own people in the Congressional elections; harassed on every side and at every turn by his political enemies, he still pursued the even tenor of his way and accomplished what he had in mind, against the greatest odds.

    Woodrow Wilson as I know Him

  • Repudiated the principles of the Dred Scott decision.

    A School History of the United States

  • Repudiated by his Rajah and countrymen, and paralysed between his dignity and his ponies, which he now perceived would not be welcomed at the station, and which were daily losing flesh, looks, and value in these hot valleys, where there is no grass pasture, he knew not what olive-branch to hold out to our government, except ourselves, whom he therefore clung to as hostages.

    Himalayan Journals — Complete

  • MSNBC anchor Keith Olbermann empitomised this sentiment, saying "If Sarah Palin … does not repudiate her own part … in amplifying the violence … she must be dismissed … Repudiated by members of her party."

    The Guardian World News

  • Repudiated in back-to-back elections and facing a public, including many in their own party, that is coalescing around the new president, some Republicans are moving into a classic opposition mode, while others, like McCain, are clearly aiming to work with Obama to influence and shape legislation rather than block it.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

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