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  • n  a public act of denouncing

  • At the time, says Tuma, such a denouncement was not even considered a betrayal.
  • As Dai pointed out before his arrest, most of the accusers at his denouncement were over 60, many of them war veterans: "The reason authorities didn't invite young people is they .
  • Frum, despite his inconsistent denouncement of Palin has told his fair share of lies.

  • Avigdor Lieberman in Jerusalem Post
    The flat-out denouncement of military action doesn't address the possibility that diplomatic efforts might fail, and Iran will be in a position to launch a nuclear strike against Israel,Lieberman wrote. "The omission of these facts raises...

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