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  • v. Alternative spelling of anathematize.

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  • v. curse or declare to be evil or anathema or threaten with divine punishment


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  • What his research reveals is that there has been a policy and practice of counter-terrorism, setting up, through Agents Provocateurs, terrorist events by recruited terrorists, but under Nato guidance, that have involved the bombing and killing of innocents IN ORDER to blame and anathematise communist cells and programmes – a successful programme aimed at eliminating the current enemy of the capitalist system.

    18 « August « 2008 « Niqnaq

  • What he wants is simple: 100% capitulation from Rome so that, whatever the Society anathematises, Rome uses her Magisteriusm to anathematise as well.

    Tissier de Mallerais speaks The details of the doctrinal talks

  • To reiterate, in the end, Rome will say that Ecône's views are are (or almost all) permitted (however laughingly simplisic) but she will refuse to condemn and anathematise other, more Hegelian and more advanced views.

    Bishop Alfonso de Galarreta chairman of the SSPX commission

  • Nostra Aetate didn't touch on those various religions so as to formally anathematise them, but to focus on what elements of truth they have -- that is, where they agree with the True Religion, Catholicism.


  • At the end of Wigley and Jones are the beginnings of that “forged consensus” and effort to anathematise that we still see on this issue.

    UCAR, Ammann and Wahl and GRL « Climate Audit

  • There is your bold lover, who knocks his lady-love over as he does a bird, and who would anathematise himself all over, and swear that his gun was distraught, and look about as though he thought the world was coming to an end, if he missed to knock over his bird.

    The Small House at Allington

  • The modern waits have entirely departed from any pretence of allusion to Christ-tide, and play indifferently the last things out in dance music, operatic airs, or music-hall songs; and they act upon people according to their various temperaments, some liking to "hear the waits," whilst others roundly anathematise them for disturbing their slumbers.

    A Righte Merrie Christmasse The Story of Christ-Tide

  • They, as may be seen in Palmer's Letter to Golightly, 'utterly reject and anathematise the principle of Protestantism, as a heresy with all its forms, sects, or denominations.'

    An Apology for Atheism Addressed to Religious Investigators of Every Denomination by One of Its Apostles

  • They consist of a pair of black calico trousers, a dark, lapelled coat, a leathern semicircular apron, buckled on behind — the strap of which serves to hook a small lantern on in front — and a terrible brimless felt hat, which we feel to be a curse the moment we put it on, and which we never cease to anathematise, up to the instant when we take it off.

    A Tramp's Wallet stored by an English goldsmith during his wanderings in Germany and France

  • The clergy will to-morrow publicly anathematise the "freebooters of the rear," who are amassing huge fortunes at the expense of the public.

    The World in Chains Some Aspects of War and Trade


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  • its just a damn good word. anathematise

    January 25, 2007