He would take on Dr Oburu Oginga, then a nominated MP, repeatedly referring to him pejoratively
as the former Prime Minister's brother.
His economic policies were dismissed as 'Dar-nomics' and he was pejoratively
called 'the accountant'.
He further states, In recent decades, Ahmadis, pejoratively
dismissed by clerics as Qadianis' and persecuted by the Pakistani state and society, have found shelter in the UK.
He further states, "In recent decades, Ahmadi Muslims, pejoratively
dismissed by clerics as Qadianis and persecuted by the Pakistani state and society, have found shelter in the UK.
It's a place that might be described pejoratively
as "peak hipster".
Its users have long been demonized as 'stoners' and pejoratively
described as lost souls who do nothing but smoke 'weed' throughout the day.
While Vietnam's single-party communist state has since come to accept what it once pejoratively
called "yellow music," the traditional love songs from the pre-war era previously were banned for decades.
Carbon dioxide is often pejoratively
described as a 'waste gas'.
As patents have become a necessity to support commercialization, a new class of patent owners, referred to as non-practicing entities (NPEs) or pejoratively
called "patent trolls," has emerged.
However, these facilities are typically not important enough to have their own category in the Uniform System of Accounts, being grouped together rather pejoratively
as Other (or Minor) Operated Departments (OOD or MOD).
He recruited a team of Greek nationals to run it, who he has called pejoratively
"the Greeks" since the bank's failure, arguing that the local political and banking establishment had always cast a suspicious eye on them.
In Elizabethan England, the term Moor, or Morro elsewhere in Europe, referred pejoratively
to the Muslims from the Maghreb countries of North Africa who, in AD711, had conquered the Iberian Peninsula - a land they went on to call Andalus, but from which they were expelled in 1492.