"But, father," quoth Alleyne, "the holy Elisha was bald, which brought down upon him the revilements
of the wicked children."
Similarly, Freedman states that "Wilde learned (at first giddily, thereafter tragically) that within [the mass market economy], one's very being could be transformed into a marketable good--a piece of information, an object of publicity, gossip, and revilement
, all in the interests of selling more papers" (1998, 5).
Instead I want to invite you to rethink your preconceptions about a very old word, one almost universally uttered only in revilement
: we need to talk about bureaucracy.
(96) If we see recourse differently in the two situations, could it be because we secretly believe that a person of color who suffers revilement
at the hands of a group of racists is in reality not a victim of something serious, but a complainer?
Rehman said that social revilement
is so prevalent that many partake without even noticing what impact it can have on a dwarf.
Conventionally, injustice stands for the seizure of rights, and the words and deeds of hostility against others, such as revilement
, backbiting, and confiscation of property, crimes of beating or murder, and the like forms of wrongdoings.
All the more so since the advent of that instrument of unending revilement
[r]arely is he the victim of coercion, revilement
or contempt." Id.
6 .Option Clause Refer Revilement
Clause Of Conditions Is Not Applicable.
It is noteworthy to mention in this regard that the revilement
of the delivery of such military equipments to Baghdad comes after a visit to Washington made by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki where he expressed to the U.S.
Elizabeth and Mary foreshadow how this same message will be proclaimed by Jesus: that through revilement
and hatred can come blessing and salvation (6:22).
If Orthodoxy always manifested a temporal presence, EU integration generated a specular revilement
of religiosity (12).