Thacke, The Gainsayer
Convinced (1649), 64, quoted in J.
Should any doubt the actuality of these essential moments, Cyril conveyed the sense that the events themselves in their entirety would aggressively rebuke the gainsayer
Instead Toland was determined to depict Ireland as the bastion of Celtic civilization that had extended through the British Isles and which could stand up to the close judgemental examination of its gainsayers
even But it seems even James Bond, saviour of the universe several times over, can't overcome his feminist gainsayers
But leaving aside the gainsayers
and sceptics, the sheer timescale of the scheme hailed as Britain's biggest infrastructure project - even if it goes ahead bang on schedule - should set alarm bells ringing.
This is not a criticism that can be leveled at the Tristan excerpt, though, whose other-worldly intensity is utterly Kleiber is not without his gainsayers
, and several contributors aim to be as objective about him as possible.
Mann sets himself three main tasks: to explain his firm belief in the reality of man-made global warming, to expose the intellectual poverty of those who deny or downplay the risks of such change, and to chart the well-organised and sometimes disreputable tactics of the gainsayers
WHILE I appreciate the sincerity of John Wilson's cri de coeur over wind turbines (Views of the North, May 25) all the gainsayers
miss the point that the turbines are not permanent, they are part of an ever-changing landscape.
He also dismissed gainsayers
who claim Iran's nuclear program poses no threat to Israel, "There is no one who doubts the intentions of Iran.
of change rarely convert overnight to cheerleaders.
SIR - Lisa of Cyncoed's letters (March 8 and 20) highlight a personal problem which could become a political and social problem: her gainsayers
reflect the patronising attitude of a Brahmin caste secure in the privileges they enjoy at public expense.