- n. Plural form of predation.
“The Byzantines had been weakened by Latin predations during the fourth Crusade, so it was in a way Rome that had sought coercion first.”
“In songs such as “Brown-Eyed Handsome Man” and “Sweet Little Sixteen,” Berry proclaimed that white sexual taboos were being violated, not by the black predations of the racist imagination, but by the desires of white women.”
“They can't talk about the war without reliving their powerlessness to influence its predations, without revealing how it changed them.”
“Gotta save those wolves regardless of the impact to those of us that have to endure their predations and are helpless to do anything about it.”
“And the cities prove unable to protect themselves against all ongoing predations.”
“Can the market evolve fast enough to keep up with the expectations, and predations, of Generation Free?”
“And Al and Ed posing as the defenders of the poor benighted African Americans form the predations of the evil Democrats is priceless!”
“Brad: With so much justifiable rage focused on the criminal antics of the federal government, not much is said about the democracy fueled predations of state and local governments.”
“America is the only Nation that guarantees the right of the citizen to arm himself against the predations of Government, this alone is worthy of Celebration.”
“Also, as anyone possessed of no more integrity than a cockroach could easily figure out for himself, the rebound of polar bear populations was a direct response to changes in human predations.”
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