Vilified sentence example

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  • Casual sex, drug-taking and violence are vilified by some commentators.
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  • In the deep south they were vilified as " outside agitators ", as tho they had no business to be there.
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  • The Islamic Council claim that the defendants were in breach of the above law in that they vilified the Islamic faith.
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  • They are the most wronged, persecuted and vilified people in the civilized world.
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  • Now, as an asylum seeker, he is a member of one of the most marginalized and vilified groups in UK society.
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  • Eight months later, the gutter press got hold of the story, and vilified the man.
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  • Locked into their degradation by a racist police force, vilified by a racist press and violated, finally, by the true fascists.
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  • Both women spent time in Holloway prison awaiting trial, and were vilified by the media.
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  • Farmers are often misunderstood and sometimes vilified by the public.
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  • Gregory Maguire wondered why she had been so vilified.
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  • Bullish posters are not vilified here providing they have evidence to back up their opinions.
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  • Many had a very limited command of Spanish - yet their own indigenous culture was being ignored, even vilified.
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  • They were outcasts: ' new age ' travelers vilified by the press, looked on suspiciously by some of the locals.
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  • Martina Navratilova ' They ripped me up ' May 29: For decades, Martina Navratilova was the most vilified woman in tennis.
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  • In a statement, Heather 's legal representatives said she had been vilified in the media and was now being stalked by photographers.
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