“It was as a graduate student in physical anthropology that Scott first became aware of oxymoronically-named "creation science" in 1971.”
“The documentary “Waiting for Superman,” is yet another call for K-12 school reform aimed at closing the gap between academic achievers and non-achievers and promoting what an assistant superintendent in my school district once oxymoronically labeled “mass excellence.””
“In an '07 lecture at Sewanee University, Christopher Hitchens gave an oxymoronically entitled talk called "The Moral Necessity of Atheism.”
“He uses traditional Mexican ingredients including 20 different chili peppers but strives to give each dish a twist, with the goal of creating oxymoronically fancy but casual plates.”
“But Steve Davis was, however oxymoronically, Sports Personality of the Year in 1988.”
“He wants viewers to think oxymoronically, because he wants them to think that Al Gore's criticisms are irrational and unfounded.”
“As in "Up in the Air," Jack does make a new friend, Clara, a prostitute played by the oxymoronically named Violante Placido.”
“Dev the Developer can't wait to bend the newly-revised planning laws in order to turn this landscape, much of which is a truely-green enclave of Leicester itself, into what is oxymoronically called an 'eco-city'.”
“Which is why these buildings are more commonly, and oxymoronically, known as slave castles.”
“If you think the historic analogy is overstated, check out this hysterical call to arms from Jeff Mazzella, head of a right wing advocacy group oxymoronically called The Center for Individual Freedom.”
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