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express vehement protest
the adherents of a philosophy which has since degenerated into a mere ideological sport, fulminate in pre-1933 fashion against artistic distortion
he fulminated in this
Her eyes sifted among the crowd inevitably toward his own, which Aziz imagined fulminating like stars, and broke there, resting on him very lightly
It seemed to her suddenly that little flame-colored globes were exploding in the air like fulminating bullets
That evening, Gapon, his world view shattered, ‘red hot’, Krupskaya will recall, ‘from the breath of the revolution’, fulminates to a crowd of survivors: ‘We have no Tsar!’
on Bloody Sunday (Jan 9, 1905)
Just before the final pardon, Tito himself fulminates the proliferation of treasons that obliges him to proliferate acts of clemency
The new light disorients, the fulminating nature overwhelms, and the air, dense with pollen, bothers my eyes
They could fulminate against upper-class parasites and the idle rich in ways which could be mistaken by the politically unwary as genuinely radical.