Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
This week, the lionising; later, the backlash.
I am baffled by the lack of respect for her and the lionising of Jane Grigson.
This constant nonsense about 'redeeming' Shrew, to me, symptomises everything that is wrong about the uncritical lionising of certain canonical writers.
Such lionising of a man alleged to have turned a blind eye to reports of serious crimes has caused a backlash from those troubled by the lack of focus the boys themselves, who are alleged to have been raped repeatedly by a man they came to trust.
As for her great-grandmother, the Queen-Empress to whom India was the most gleaming jewel in the imperial crown, she would not be amused even by Persad's heroic lionising of that bowls grudge match (won, for anyone who missed it, by the ladies of Jersey).
The lionizing of architecture continues.
Direct lionizing, mat is.
A considerable amount of controversy attends Sallie Pickett's lionizing of her husband.
The letter writer would do well to remember that amid the lionizing of former President Ronald Reagan in the media, there is little mention of the many divisive, scandalous and destructive policies he pursued.
Contents The Devil in the Belfry Lionizing X-ing a Paragrab Metzengerstein The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether The Literary Life of Thingum Bob, Esq.
According to organizers of the event, a conference of this magnitude on Bruckner has not yet taken place in America because of the hostility toward his music generated by the Third Reich's lionizing of him, along with Richard Strauss, as a Teutonic musical icon.
"The old man must be looking down and taking a delicious revenge," said Gen. Vernon A. Walters, a military aide in the Nixon White House, guessing that Mr. Nixon would have delighted in the adulation and lionizing of the last few days.