Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
She rebuffs the suggestion that CasaPound's lionisation of him is no more than he deserves.
It is not too hard to find the message he intends in the lionisation of emperor Akbar the Great, who sought to unite India on the basis of reason and tolerance - or at least relative tolerance.
So she is trying to make the most of her lionization.
You're in for a large day and evening of lionization, so take it like a man.
The people are poor, but reject the lionization of money.
In the space of months he went from obscurity to lionization.
His lionization has intensified since 1973, the centennial of his birth.
Despite her lionization by feminists, for example, Ferraro was not terribly progressive on women's issues.
This passage from indifference to lionization to dispersion has characterized the business of the Internet as a whole.
This time the shortfall between lionization abroad and grudging appreciation at home is not as pronounced.
Its lack of popularity stemmed from the controversial lionization of the protagonist, André.
"Some people thought it would a lionization of Wood, which is problematic," Mr. Pena said.
The 1950's couture clothes, which were discarded with the lionization of the practical Chanel suit, are anathema to what women today feel they must wear.
As a result of the success that generally attended the Prince musicals, Aronson at last received full Broadway lionization.
Construction workers, who were tired of the firefighters' lionization by the media, jeered when the discovery was made, according to Mr. Langewiesche.
It is indeed startling that Hitler's lionization of violence would appear not only in such a dreadful year but also in such a cheery forum.
This putative lionization of Rabbi Akiva occurs at 15b-vi-16a-i of our Gemara section.
Those were the tours that confirmed his celebrity and certified his dissolution, as lionization proved to be a crucial step in his self-victimization.
Initially a supporting character, the faddish lionization of an increasingly superhuman Fonzie became the focus of Happy Days.
In fact, this recent lionization may have just exchanged one set of neuroses for another, from feelings of inadequacy to feelings of superiority and arrogance.
Sade himself is not so important, but his lionization, in Mr. Shattuck's view, is a broader kind of moral blindness, a blindness to the civilized taboo.
"At this particular point, the focus is upon God and His mercy and His love, and not the American obsession with self and lionization of the individual.
Or the nonsense that Paul Revere, and not the little-known postal rider Israel Bissell, deserved Longfellow's lionization for warning about British troop movements.
The lionization comes from the top: the principal, a fiery preacher, Abu Bakar Baasyir, champions Mr. bin Laden and exhorts Muslims to follow his example.
While he is a nightly presence on the Government-controlled news broadcasts, there is nothing that remotely approaches the lionization of the North Korean leader, Kim Il Sung.
One was saying "We do not intend to drag our feet for another three years," which sounded like a gratuitous shot at a predecessor whose necessary corrective made possible Barak's current lionization in Washington.
He was hard pressed to even identify the emotion, but he knew it was connected with Tombstone Magruder and the lionization which had been directed at him ever since the Korean raid.