Lambasted sentence example

lambasted
  • lambasted by critics.
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  • lambasted the government over its opening hours plans.
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  • lambasted films in recent years.
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  • lambasted the decision as a " miscarriage of justice " .
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  • lambasted the idea of getting cultural figures involved when we do not even know about the bid yet.
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  • lambasted the insurance industry over critical illness insurance.
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  • lambasted media coverage of the war and said the UN resolution means nothing.
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  • lambasted when Diana died for not flying the flag at half mast at Buck Palace.
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  • lambasted by American conservatives as a left-wing liberal mouthpiece.
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  • Conservative media critic Michael Medved also lambasted Foxman for his comments about Gibson.
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  • often lambasted for bugs in its products, Microsoft is doing its best to win the respect of the security community.
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  • Oscar Reyes quite rightly lambasted the idea of getting cultural figures involved when we do not even know about the bid yet.
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  • As a result PBS is frequently lambasted by American conservatives as a left-wing liberal mouthpiece.
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  • In October 1996 he lambasted Belgium's civic institutions for failing to protect the country's children in the wake of a pedophile scandal.
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  • In October 1996 he lambasted Belgium 's civic institutions for failing to protect the country 's children in the wake of a pedophile scandal.
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  • Although black had been lambasted for years as inappropriate attire for the mothers of the couple, it is now a very trendy color.
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  • In a decision that has resulted in Rich getting lambasted by country music fans around the nation, Rich and company's chosen winner was Julio Iglesias Jr. The decision left many fans of John Rich asking "What?
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