Without taking the mate's jeremiads
seriously he put them beside the words of Mr.
against empire and the corporate state mix with tributes to the many faces of a flourishing regional culture: poets, painters, amateur scientists, irregular old holidays, minor-league baseball squads.
Faced with the rise of Islamism, many "Arab" intellectuals have chosen the West: object of their jeremiads
but place of their security.
And so it is--the Holocaust lacks merriment, even optimism; the poems are a cycle of Jeremiads
each showing that living at the time would have been equal with staying in hell.
For folks who pretend to be brave carriers of the scientific ethic, there's more than a tinge of religion in their jeremiads
What is needed is cool heads and political courage - and fewer jeremiads
from commentators such as Mr Davies.
With all this [violence and degeneration] going on (and on), there hardly seems room for a plot, and yet there is one, balky and encumbered by jeremiads
though it may be.
I hope The Journal will henceforth press Labour representatives hard for answers on this point, rather than printing yet more jeremiads
from Sir Jeremy and his fellow Labour politicians.
March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- In his new poetic collection Spirit of Chinook Looking at Us (published by Trafford Publishing), debut author Gritfish tackles our current planetary environmental crisis by presenting 29 jeremiads
, 29 poems that express the critical state of our many ecosystems, which support all life on Earth, and four poems about possible rescue for the human race.
It is not just the ease and ubiquity of A*s that's the source of the endless jeremiads
against the future of English education, but the sheer numbers of subjects 'bright' students are expected to study.
The risk is that his jeremiads
To understand Whittier's jeremiads
against slavery, it will be useful to outline the role that Quaker theology played in the poet's thinking.