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glorification

g law ruh fi kay shuhn

  • n  a state of high honor
  • n  a portrayal of something as ideal
  • n  the act of glorifying (as in worship)
    the glorification of God

  • Press secretary Marlin Fitzwater at first criticized Murphy Brown for "the glorification of life as an unwed mother," then later told reporters that the TV character was .
  • This is to carry into foreign policy a pathology of our domestic politics the glorification of victimhood and the lust for its privileges, such as they are.
  • One reason, no doubt, is his wariness about encouraging a "cult of personality"the euphemism for glorification of an all-powerful leader, which reached sickening heights under .
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  • Ujjal Dosanjh in Vancouver Sun
    Dosanjh said he would also like to see action on "the problem of glorification of violence that still continues to date." "There should be regulations dealing with charitable organizations that profit from tax dollars and then use those tax...
  • Bryan Cranston in San Francisco Chronicle
    I think they saw that the show isn't about the glorification of a drug,Cranston says, "but about a man and what he does when he feels backed against a wall. People hate the abhorrent behavior, but they root for the character."
  • Al Davis in Vallejo Times-Herald
    He never got the glorification, or what he deserved, relative to what he contributed to professional football,Davis said. "There's no question about it. What he represented to professional football and what stands out there today is just...

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