semi-political love

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  • My initial reaction to the mayor's complaint, voiced on a radio programme about the modern city, was to assume he was having a semi-political dig at New Labour's funding of more marginal artists and art forms.

    Boris Johnson – a radical voice on the arts?

  • Therefore, the international community or donor can use indirectly some Nepalese trained semi-political experts for the work, who could efficiently provide technical expertise and consultative support to particular leaders and party in regular basis without exposing the brand of particular donor and country.

    Nepal: Polity for Peace

  • Of course, part of their interpretation of religion was based in an understanding of its semi-political religious function which has little to do with our tendency to get pissed off when 14 year olds say that Limp Bizkit were better than the Beatles.

    Néojaponisme » Blog Archive » Blogging the Analects 1

  • Anyone who reads a semi-political blog on a regular basis is more politically active than the majority of the populace.

    "I think it's Althouse's popularity among conservatives that really gets a lot of liberals."

  • Crimes -- political, semi-political, and just plain old crooked - were committed with impunity.

    Tish Durkin: Iraq: A Place of Ambivalence

  • The FD did nothing more than create yet another layer of government regulations upon radio and TV stations requiring them to hunt down or put on every single point of view on virtually any semi-political or controversial issue that was expressed on the station.

    Charles Warner: Fairness Doctrine? No!

  • There's a lot of semi-religious semi-political preaching ... and the underlying thought is out with the infidel.

    OUR LAST REAL CHANCE

  • The first novel in it from my own pen was called Phineas Finn, in which I commenced a series of semi-political tales.

    An Autobiography

  • For a time he busied himself on some American essays of a semi-political nature, which were never finished, and he seriously contemplated a

    Washington Irving

  • It was at least a semi-political, or perhaps rather a semi-official gathering, and he became aware that he ought not to look simply for amusement.

    Phineas Finn

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