- n. Plural form of condemnation.
“The words and condemnations from the Obama administration and the European Union have yielded no results, not even a settlement freeze, let alone a decision to withdraw from the occupied territories.”
“BTW, "despite condemnations from the Speaker of the House, the chairman of the DNC, Catholic groups on the left, Catholic groups on the right, and Jewish groups, none of the major dailies ran a single article about the Republican presidential nominee cozying up to a bigoted megachurch preacher or the outrage it caused in some circles.”
“If you think it is wrong that he did not take space to issue condemnations, that is your right, but doing that was not the point of the piece.”
“The fiery political statement recalled the condemnations of Florida Pastor Terry Jones, who for days said he planned to burn the Koran on 9/11 but recanted that.”
“The fiery political statement recalled the condemnations of Florida Pastor Terry Jones, who for days said he planned to burn the Koran on 9/11 but today recanted that.”
“Regarding Morris '"condemnations," that's hardly surprising, given that he himself, in the same article (again, read it all) wholeheartedly endorses ethnic cleansing.”
“Or are we going to just see these kind of condemnations, but at the end of the day, it may not change much on the ground?”
“As I've told you over and over again, despite their declared "condemnations" of the 9/11 attacks, Muslims all over America praised and cheered the mass murder of nearly 3,000”
“condemnations" of Al-Qaeda, the 9/11 attacks, or the Northwest Flight 253 attack by Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, remember these sweatshirts and remember the Muslim employees at Ford.”
“The attorney general served chiefly as a lawyer to state government, someone who handled land condemnations for the highway department and wrote legal opinions for the governor.”
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