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  • r  in a scathing and unsparing manner
    she criticized him scathingly

  • While Saxbe is scathingly critical of Nixon's handling of the Watergate investigation, his views are not especially at variance with those of the White House.
  • In an incident that London's Daily Express scathingly called "the most gross and scandalous lapse of security in her 30-year reign," Queen Elizabeth II was abruptly awakened by an .
  • This untested theory was at odds with what Lysenko scathingly called "alien bourgeois" genetics, but Soviet scientists who dared disagree risked being sent to the gulag.
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  • Concert Review: Richard Thompson at the Kent Stage
    With a beret, scarf, salmon pink Fender and a scathingly thick British accent, Richard Thompson took the Kent Stage by storm last night with hard hitting rock songs uncharacteristic of the artist’s folk reputation.
    July 8, 2013 - Cleveland Scene

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