Its result was a macabre merry-go-round euphemized
as an "exchange of populations.
This concept of death being regarded as a journey or taken as being on transit is what comes out clearly from the euphemized
words and expressions that are used in the dirges.
With his actions implicitly validated by his employment in the Union Army and euphemized
as state policy, Terrill's violent depredations in the South could be defined--according to Duty with Honour--as nothing more than "the ordered, lawful application of military force pursuant to governmental direction" (4).
The violence of the image seems to be confirmed by the phrase "every blessed day," in which we conventionally recognize a euphemized
curse, yet the pressing ambiguity of the poem (which has already included several examples of literal meanings in dialectical tension with metaphorical or extended meanings) encourages us to take the phrase literally.
6) The latter was sometimes euphemized
to Fendui "(some sort of) powder pile.
Although some bureaucrats suggested that Mosaic Law preserved cultural freedoms, Stein argues that it euphemized
a "negative legal identity" (p.
Nervous breakdown" in the 1970s euphemized
just about any episode leading to confinement in a psychiatric facility, but it also implied an occurrence that could be minimized, brushed from one's shoulder like so much dust.
2) That drone strike also marked the first innocent victims (politically euphemized
as 'collateral damage') of an assassination program that some including the author being reviewed argues will surely come to define America's hubris as an over-reaching imperialistic power into the next decade.
In the bubble of Florida State football, his past transgressions - including a 2012 rape allegation - are euphemized
as "adversity" or "distractions," something the Seminoles had to face and conquer for the sake of their all-consuming winning streak.
That upset takes form amid the counter-insurgency exercises called "Cast Lead" in 2009, "Pillar of Cloud" in 2012, and now "Protective Edge," euphemized
in military doctrine as "mowing the lawn.
It is euphemized
as "service producing cash flow," and that this flow of money is bringing a definite future closer.
Words related to social defects like divorced woman (motalagheh-talaghgerefteh in Persian) euphemized
by (jodashodeh and motarekeh) which has less negative load in Persian culture.