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1 In recent years the medium has been exploited in ever darker ways by petty warlords as well as by big-time tyrants.
2 Secrets, silent, stony sit in the dark palaces of both our hearts: secrets weary of their tyranny: tyrants, willing to be dethroned.
3 Greek tyrants, Arab emirs, Norman knights, Byzantine bishops and Holy Roman Emperors made Sicily the place it is.
4 We are not to be tyrants in our own homes.
5 He has the tyrant's delusion that "only God", as he puts it, can displace him.
6 Thus an unduly authoritative education turns the pupils into timid tyrants, incapable of either claiming or tolerating originality in word or deed.
7 The response of the skeptics is to claim that daily reality contradicts Plato, and that contrary to number one, tyrants, motivated by unjust principles, may be found to be happy.
8 Fleeing tyrants find scant refuge.
9 In the past countries such as France and Belgium argued that offering tyrants an escape route prevented bloodshed and eased transitions in their homelands.
10 Others now felt free to pursue their own tyrants.
11 Tigana, perhaps his best work, takes place in a world much like medieval Italy during a time of two tyrants.
12 Even before Bashar al-Assad and his father, Hafez al-Assad, created a dynasty that has endured since 1970, Syria was governed by a succession of tyrants.
13 Fleeing tyrants find scant refuge. A pity?
14 Those who once styled themselves foreign policy realists have been left flat-footed and embarrassed by the brave young idealists taking on the tyrants.
15 no pressure from fellow asians-regional custom militates against telling tyrants that they stink.
16 If the Security Council, with a charter of high principles at its back, shows such feebleness towards tyrants (or to those who cavalierly flout nuclear treaties), doesn't it deserve to be bypassed?
17 Starving, destitute and drenched in the tempest's wake, it is hard to see the Burmese summoning the strength to throw off the tyrants' rule.
18 And populaces, like tyrants, require buffoons.
19 But if you feel squeamish about appearing to treat ghastly tyrants and their grim cohorts as normal, hold fire, as it were, until.
20 Whether Cairo or Tehran, death to tyrants!"
21 Will play the tyrants to the very same
22 Of most of these tyrants of our childhood I remember only their cuffings and boxings, and nothing more.
23 The people suffered under foreign tyrants.
24 a secretariat in London, this small, robust agency worked to establish the idea that "war crimes" could include atrocities perpetrated by tyrants against their own citizens.
25 Brave men defy tyrants, instead of cowering before them.
26 Friendship is equality between people, leaving an interest of communication, and fraud is mean relationship between tyrants and slaves.
27 Tyrants often mistake fear for respect.
28 Many studio chiefs were tyrants, determined to get their own way at all costs, no matter how unscrupulous the means.
29 The lesson to date is that America, faced with nuclear blackmail, will bow down, dignify and fortify tyrants, fork over loot, and celebrate the process as a victory for diplomacy.
30 bully in the Song Dynasty includes local tyrants, evil gentry, bandits and rascals.