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1. The reforms were attacked in a highly polemical piece in the 'New Yorker'.
2. A polemical note is sounded in the unsigned preface.
3. Yakovlev acquiesced in this polemical and unfounded notion.
4. No one else used photomontage as a polemical medium so consistently and with such audacious cunning as he did.
5. Aristotle once recommended to the would-be polemical orator that paradox could be effective.
6. Setting aside the polemical aspects of his argument, Honderich's thesis boils down to three points.
7. Yergin is careful in his analysis and never polemical.
8. Christopher Hitchens, a polemical atheist, called her "Hell's Angel".
9. It is easy to be polemical about communism.
10. These anecdotes take the edge off the polemical intensity a reader might expect from the book's title, "Higher Education?
11. It also codified a polemical line that has, unexpectedly, become a war horse of hawkish bloggers.
12. After the airing of the polemical documentary on Swedish TV, Mr Kamprad retorted that "tax efficiency" was a natural part of the company's low-cost culture.
13. The letter was probably written for polemical impact. It is scarcely credible.
14. Michael Moore, the polemical documentarian right-wingers love to hate, offers his own answers in his new film,(sentencedict.com) "Capitalism: A Love Story".
15. Daniels is at his best when he's cool and direct, rather than combative and polemical.
16. But Durham, like Parham a few years earlier, chose the occasion to launch a polemical attack on Seymour.
17. Until glasnost, unofficial art was so undocumented that information is still patchy and that which exists tends towards the polemical.
18. Politics and art were inextricably enmeshed in Dada literary and polemical manifestos and anti-manifestos.
19. Some conference representatives may have been influenced by a fiercely polemical front page editorial in yesterday's Daily Mail.
20. Unlike most academic philosophy much of it is personal, polemical, poetical or allusive.
21. Interspersed in Kant's constructive argument on behalf of his version of natural religion are polemical thrusts against positive religion.
22. Proponents of the changes did, however, find the prognostications of their adversaries far too pessimistic and polemical.
23. We looked at its relation to the new career that John Milton ended up assuming in the late 1630s: this new career as a polemical writer of political prose.
24. We don't know if Thilo Sarrazin intended to stall the debate on immigration to Germany, but it's clear that his polemical book has had precisely that effect.
25. Now, an industrial accident—a gaseous explosion in the piping of the polemical Botnia plant in Fray Bento, Uruguay on February 27th—has fuelled the dispute anew.
26. But no theory can replace that spirit, for any theory can be applied in an unscientific spirit, as a polemical device to reinforce prejudice.
27. Here Milton is elaborating on the details of his anticipation of his undying fame. This is a polemical tract about a new way in which the Anglican church government should be organized.
28. Healthcare looks likely to be a big issue in next year's US presidential election, while Michael Moore's latest polemical film Sicko has driven the subject further up the agenda.
29. Of course, Calvin defended an Augustinian doctrine of God's sovereignty and predestination when exegetical and polemical occasion required.
30. It is a sparkling book, with little gems of polemical fire scatteredthrough almost every page, ranging from bright wit to the hard glitter of logicto the quiet radiance of a profound understanding.
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