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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of calumniate.

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  • Note the underlying gender feminist assumptions: 1. women are victims where sex is concerned; men are never raped or taken advantage of sexually or in relationship, 2. all accusations are true; and if contested, you become calumniated as an accessory or a Neanderthal in need of re-education.

    Do you think "Consent is Sexy"?

  • These released e-mails prove that Mann and Jones deliberately lied about their alleged data and calumniated McIntyre and organised a campaign to sideline him, and that McIntyre was right all along.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • In bringing it under the notice of the House, he had merely spoken in defense of his constituents, who had been most grossly calumniated, and he thought that what he had said would go very far to exculpate them.

    Historical Documentation Concerning the Radical Piracy of _Wat Tyler_

  • He complains of having been calumniated, and indicates as enemies of the people those who appear to be opposed to his plans.

    Moniteur/Morning Chronicle

  • It is noteworthy that while liberals have been able to lampoon and persecute traditional Roman Catholics over the years; deny them authentic use of their churches for The Mass of All Times and who have calumniated them for other alleged misdemeanours, there are those who would take exception to your remarks here which pale in comparison and are entirely inoffensive.

    The Society of Scholastics -- online courses about to start

  • Also the fsspx is being denied church access, persecuted and calumniated.

    “Jag skall träda fram till Guds altare”

  • Terror, the Law of 22 Prairial (10 June 1794) further broadened the range of those who could be brought before the Tribunal as suspects, divided the Tribunal into four sections, made the death penalty the only sentence other than acquittal which the Tribunal could hand down, eliminated cross-examination of witnesses, eliminated defense counsel for conspirators (retaining it only for "calumniated patriots"), and allowed juries to consider "either material or moral proofs."

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  • The law divided the Tribunal into four courts (which could function simultaneously), made the death penalty the only sentence other than acquittal to be issued by the Tribunal, eliminated cross-examination of witnesses, removed defense counsel for all suspects other than "calumniated patriots," and allowed the court to consider moral evidence.

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  • "Saints are always calumniated," she wrote, "he is hated because we love him."

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • He certainly calumniated the French Revolution, but that was pretty low hanging fruit for any principled conservative at thetime.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Mencken on Holmes:

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