Sentence Examples

  • All our knowledge of him is derived from a passionately hostile polemic of Jerome (Adv.
  • With reference to the military side--the plan of campaign--that work of genius of which Thiers remarks that, "His genius never devised anything more profound, more skillful, or more admirable," and enters into a polemic with M. Fain to prove that this work of genius must be referred not to the fourth but to the fifteenth of October--that plan never was or could be executed, for it was quite out of touch with the facts of the case.
  • The jokes work as long as Franken sticks to the point of the book: delivering an entertaining polemic while rallying dispirited Democrats.
  • Around AD 522, he wrote a magnificent polemic about the ' collapse ' of the service.
  • The text, first published in Italy during 1985, clearly shows signs of its original purpose, a polemic directed against the PCI.

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