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“Quoting out of context, failing to indicate proper context and other such changes in fact make Mr. Will's column a slander and a columny.”
“I understand you are not saying this to columny, you are making an important observation.”
“Broder makes the effort, even now, at an age when many pundits have retreated into armchair columny.”
“My colleague in columny down the hall, Maureen Dowd, found a way to turn the phrase around.”
“Is it then possible? can vice reside in a bosom, apparently consecrated to every social virtue? or if not, can there be so much refined malice among men? are there then spirits, who seek the haunts of innocence, and honor, for the fell purpose of columny? and are they suffered to dwell in safety, while their envenomed shafts, strike deep into the guiltless unoffending heart, and there wound even to death?”
“Presumably a portmanteau word composed of "column" and "calumny", I saw the word "columny" for the first time in this post by Matt Welch in response to”
“[(spirits, who seek the haunts of innocence, and honor, for the fell purpose of columny) 29.2 (?) -16.8 (and)] TJ”
“My colleague in columny, Anthony Lewis, who I suspect reads the British press, noted that “the emollient Bush words about loving the environment did not match the reality of the administration’s destructive actions.””
““If I want to reflect on the Heat’s series with the Chicago Bulls,” asks my colleague in columny, “do I say, ‘The Heat were crushed’ or ‘The Heat was crushed’?”
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