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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of polemicize.

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Examples

  • Young people in SA are really turned off by the current political climate, and find it so stale and polemicized, so this was a juicy way to get their attention.

    Touch Me On My Studio

  • Young people in SA are really turned off by the current political climate, and find it so stale and polemicized, so this was a juicy way to get their attention.

    Luso Mnthali: Touch Me On My Studio

  • Before the Revolution, he published essays on the application of the theory of probability to popular voting, on the American Revolution and the Constitutional Convention; and he actively polemicized on behalf of Turgot's attempted reforms of economic and political life.

    The Snowbank

  • She polemicized on behalf of both English tolerance and Jewish religious reform.

    Grace Aguilar.

  • In any case, though the poets of The Sixties a semi-annual edited by Robert Bly that polemicized for a free verse of "deep imagery" that touched emotions beyond the rational mind are very sensitive to the accusation of Imagism and rebut it with great heat, there is a clear similarity between the early practice of Pound and their tender descriptions of blades of grass, etc.

    Sunrise... midday beach-scape... moonrise hammock-scape.

  • No, these videos are caricatures, but still represent real people who are living their lives as they see fit, yet being demonized and polemicized by YOUR constant reference to them as horrible depictions of women.

    Can we please not revive that ugly stereotype? | Jewschool

  • Which is not the definition everybody else uses, but 'they polemicized' sounded dumb.

    Random Bullets of Information Ranging from Crap to Non-Crap. In No Particular Order

  • Similarly Tyrrell polemicized violently against liberal

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • The Association polemicized among the economics departments of universities across the country around the ideas of LaRouche, the leader of American System today, and kept key Presidential offices and other institutions advised of the explosive interest in LaRouche's ideas in the nation's universities and academic centers where the hegemony of British free trade is being shattered by the crisis it cannot explain, much less remedy.

    LaRouche's Latest

  • Revisionists have published impressive evidence, including long neglected documents and testimony, that has contributed to a more complete and accurate understanding of an emotion-laden and highly polemicized chapter of history.

    WAR OF PERCEPTION

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