from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of maligning.
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- n. slanderous defamation
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The usage of such above a mandatory minimum effects the greatest malignment of tax impact.
Meanwhile Burkhart and her subject not surprisingly form a bond of sisterhood before our eyes in their shared malignment by duplicity.
Give us a resolution condemning the catastrophe in Iraq and the unfair malignment of parents and protesters begging for an exit strategy.
Is anti-palm oil rhetoric in a similar vein to the false malignment of coconut oil?
I suspect most people trying this out are not 14 year old girls (no malignment intended to any 14 year old girls).
This is the sickest and most dispicable malignment that anyone could make against Bush.
"We never doubted our findings and have stood by them despite public and personal malignment."
It is possible we will soon see an acceleration of our own malignment over the coming year.
Scientific exoneerations of God's word anything pertaining to those words have suffered malignment since their initial exposure to scientists and know-it-alls have ridiculed anything ...
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