I think that was a complete and utter travesty.
It was a travesty of justice to remove them from their home.
Every lie about the war is a travesty of the truth.
The building had "become a pathetic travesty of the original design," as Walter Ison sadly noted.
The way the project evolved was a travesty of organic reality.
This travesty of democracy has shaken the loyalty of people who've been in the party for a long time.
The procedure was a travesty of justice.
In associating St Pelagia with St Marina, St Margaret, and others, of whom either the name or the legend recalls Pelagia, Hermann Usener has endeavoured to show by a series of subtle deductions that this saint is only a Christian travesty of Aphrodite.
Lui et elle, the rejoinder of the poet's brother Paul de Musset, was even more a travesty of the facts with no redeeming graces of style.
Far from broadening the UK's palate, supermarkets have conditioned us to accept a travesty of the real shopping experience.
The decision to fine him was a total travesty of what he deserved.
Play acting and bad tempers rose in succession, producing a travesty from what should have been a fine contest.
The BNP's claims are a complete travesty of the truth.
The taking of the lands of the American Indian was a travesty of history.
Its affectations were burlesqued in Gilbert and Sullivan's travesty Patience (1881), which practically killed by ridicule the absurdities to which it had grown.
The committee made a travesty of this process.
Still, Lana wasn't convinced she wanted to discover what lay behind the door after the travesty along the road.
Of Christianity he can have been able to learn very little, even in Medina; as may be seen from the absurd travesty of the institution of the Eucharist in v.
This travesty was built upon a farce.
had remained in the Macedonian theatre to stiffen the Serbs - an extraordinary travesty of the facts.
His metaphysic was a travesty rather than a reproduction of that of his master.
She respected the bishops only as supporters of her throne; and, although the well-known letter beginning "Proud Prelate" is an 18th-century forgery, it is hardly a travesty of Elizabeth's attitude.
This usurpation constitutes the greatest travesty of the American Constitution and jurisprudence in the history of this nation.
This travesty of democracy has shaken the loyalty of people who 've been in the party for a long time.
It would be a travesty of justice to remove them from their home.
The sad travesty of the partial third season should be a lesson to television producers everywhere - if your show is a romance, and one of your two leads decides to leave, cancel the show.
Next to Hideo Nakata 's masterful tale however, it 's an absolute travesty.
backwoods horror travesty from the same year- NIGHT OF THE DEMON, was inept.
Much of the legend is a running travesty of the true history of the conqueror.
A standard recommendation of child analysis would make a travesty of this process.
The linear, static paradigm of mechanistic science based on interactions between separate, independent parts is a travesty of organic reality.
So there'll be shocks for those who bear this in mind when playing this travesty of history.
New conditions are making a travesty of the old.
The Spanish referendum was a travesty built upon a farce.
The BNP 's claims are a complete travesty of the truth.
A Sunday without a brunch is a sad Sunday and a brunch without a Mimosa is a travesty indeed.
In a country where our core values of freedom and liberty are protected by the sacrifices of these men and women, the fact that a single veteran would be homeless is a travesty.
A word of warning: avoid the temptation to pour a Rioja into your Sangria-that would be a travesty and a tragedy.
Every travesty of the truth is a travesty of the truth.
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