“So I had aid and abetment in performing the little lionization which is obligatory on a visitor to New York; for the "Colonel's" comrade, my fellow-voyager of the Asia, came to the same hotel.”
“With the Academy attempting to attract more and younger viewers to the Oscar telecast with more popular and populist fare, critics' over-the-top lionization of a good but not great black and white silent film that no one has heard of is probably the last thing they wanted.”
“Pakistani commentators have expressed shock at the public lionization of Qadri and the demonization of Taseer, who did nothing worse than criticize the blasphemy law and commiserate with a Christian peasant woman who was sentenced to death under it.”
“Instead, we see the demonization/lionization of the two sets of relatives based on nothing more than whether their position agrees with that of the speaker (seeabove).”
“I revisit this subject because Time awarded me a miscast cameo role in its lionization of Mr. Bharara, in the highest traditions of their infamous "fact-checking department.”
“The lionization of McChrystal in much of the reporting which ignored his egregious role in the cover-up of torture in Iraq and his key role in distorting the facts in order to politically exploit the "friendly fire" death of Pat Tillman, a true hero, has been a journalistic low point.”
“The complicit lionization of Stevens by the Alaska State House, however, is a farce.”
“Deborah Kass's My Elvis, a parody on Andy Warhol's Elvis Presley as cowboy gunslinger via her own lionization of Barbara Streisand in hasidic boy student drag from the film Yentl, is a blatant transposition of gay-Anglo-male celebrity worship into lesbian-Jewish-gender ambiguity.”
“The obsequiousness, nonstop compliments, and endless lionization are all part of the external nutrition craved by the narcissist.”
“Later -- after hugs and hallelujahs, and the hoarse lionization by his classmates on the bus -- Foley stands alone on the sidewalk.”
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