I had only met her once before, but she took it into her head to lionize
Their songs lionize
the very people whose drug trafficking and other crimes have all but turned Honduras into a failed state, and who sometimes threaten to kill the musicians' loved ones.
To put it another way, the CBS show jettisons the meaning of the film for its bankable elements, using the skeleton of the original as a way to lionize
rule breaking in a consequence-free moral universe.
In any event, the shutting down of offensive websites that lionize
jihadism may well be a futile exercise, because no sooner is a website removed than another similar one pops up.
While many of his generation saw their fortunes revived with the Second Vatican Council, Catholic theologian Hans Urs von Balthasar (1905-1988) remained marginalized until far more recent years, but now there is a tendency to lionize
him and the pendulum may have swung too far in the other direction, writes Kilby (systematic theology, U.
Kurtz offers that the media "have a tendency to lionize
CEOs and turn them into celebrities." This is worst when these movers and shakers in money matters are discovered to have played key roles in the economic downturn.
Although this book certainly doesn't lionize
Rogers and his actions, it is much more balanced than its title might suggest.
Furthermore, the younger generation of musicians begins to lionize
him, and he even does a little matchmaking.
Grigg seems to lionize
Deep Throat as someone who was forced to go outside the "proper channels" (i.e.
In Salut, Varda gleaned from the thousands of photos she snapped on a trip through revolutionary Cuba those that lionize
the country, its artists in particular, and "animated" them with a rapid, rhythmic montage.
And just as Marty does not lionize
Luther, he also refuses to indulge easy criticisms on Luther's life and teachings.
Its addition is polemical, intended to distance Polycarp from Quartodecimanism and from those who might lionize
him for the opposite purpose.