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1. This performance will silence many of his detractors.
2. She put up a game fight against her detractors.
3. Detractors claim the building will be ugly and impractical.
4. The scheme is better than its detractors suggest.
5. His detractors claim that his fierce temper makes him unsuitable for party leadership.
6. Even the President's detractors admit that the decision was the right one.
7. The most cynical of his detractors did not doubt that; the President had got carried away.
8. And detractors question whether the allegations have been motivated by a search for justice or a search for money.
9. The detractors say they are relative newcomers who would have constituted a gamble.
10. He warily gazed around at his detractors, fully aware that any slim camaraderie they shared was likely to smolder as well.
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11. Detractors then and now thought it was designed to satisfy the lustful desires of the lusty prophet.
12. Mrs Ozal's detractors claim that her candidacy is an example of third-world dynastic ambitions in the Peron mode.
13. His approach has won keen admirers and vociferous detractors in the United States.
14. Mannheim's relationism seemed to his detractors like a hollow promise, an attempt to have it both ways.
15. What troubles their detractors, however, is the corporate power with which they have become inextricably linked.
16. But the pipe has one major detractor: It's something of a black box.
17. But for every fan there is a detractor, critical not just of the monastery's approach but Shi's own lifestyle.
18. A certain partner, competitor, or detractor is due to be unpredictable and challenging.
19. To heaven when she died, while her detractor , a self-righteous reformer, found himself in hell.
20. John Locke is both a supporter and detractor from the theory of Libertarianism.
21. Their steep decline has given grim satisfaction to their legions of detractors.
22. Their subtext was that this was a devoted husband and a decent chap, not the apprentice dictator that his detractors portrayed.
23. As the most visible and voluble owner in the National Football League, Jones has more than his share of detractors.
24. It is decorously relegated to a footnote, but will be read with glee by his detractors.
25. In Congress, the Little Rock crisis generated contrary views from detractors and supporters of civil rights with little enlightening constitutional debate.
26. The attack took many by surprise, because few had anticipated that the major detractor of the faith would be one of our own.
27. A harlot was sent to heaven when she died, while her detractor, a self-righteous reformer, found himself in hell.
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