1. However, when a dishonest and corrupt prince vilified Qu, he was disgraced and dismissed from office.
2. Since the modern times, the Confucian works of Jing were vilified and theenculturation of Li were attacked for the same reasons; but now that neither achievedtheir intended targets, we have to trace back to reunderstand them as one of urgent issueswe are facing.
3. By contrast, 60 percent accepted the analogous use of mercifully in the sentence Mercifully, the game ended before the opponents could add another touchdown to the lopsided score. Yet the Panel has not shown any signs of becoming generally more conservative: in the very same survey panelists were disposed to accept once-vilified usages such as the employment of contact and host as verbs.
相比之下，60%的人接受mercifully 在句子幸好，在对手能够给这一边倒的比分再加上一分之前，比赛就结束了中的类似用法）但是并没有任何迹象表明调查小组成员正在普遍变得更保守：在同一次调查中小组成员们倾向于接受被一度废除的某些用法，如把contact 和 host 用作动词看来。
4. In everything from pop songs to literature to Saturday morning cartoons, humans have long vilified wolves.
5. One after another, the men and women who have stepped forward to report corruption in the massive effort to rebuild Iraq have been vilified, fired and demoted.
6. Gene therapy has been rhapsodized and vilified in its nearly two decades of human testing, helping some and making others sicker.
7. What other country sustains 1, 500 indiscriminate rocket attacks into its cities -- every one designed to kill, maim and terrorize civilians -- and is then vilified by the world when it tries to destroy the enemy's infrastructure and strongholds with precision-guided munitions that sometimes have the unintended but unavoidable consequence of collateral civilian death and suffering?
8. For a time, and vilified, Fitch, saddened sound, amazing sound, shaking his head, nodding his head, one after another, a stone draws thousands of pounding waves, not long subsided.
9. SCCM 33rd Annual Congress: Oral Abstract 77. Presented Feb. Feb. 26, 2004 — The use of steroids in critically ill patients with sepsis has been both praised and vilified as the debate over efficacy and safety has waxed and waned for more than three decades.
10. People who are unrelentingly vilified tend to end up cold and hard.
11. He should be blamed, but should not he vilified in the newspaper
12. But whoever did it, Mr Putin has been vilified in the West`s media.
13. But she has become perhaps the most vilified spouse of a financial rogue in history.
14. But whoever did it, mr putin has been vilified in the west's media
15. Instead, she was attacked and vilified.
16. Despite this, Mr Klinsmann has been vilified—not least for continuing to live in California.
17. Inside Story of the Ching Court was a reactionary film which vilified the patriotic Yi Ho Tuan Movem t of 1900 and preached capitulation to imperialism.
18. Here, the pale clergyman piled up his library, rich with parchment-bound folios of the Fathers, and the lore of Rabbis, and monkish erudition, of which the Protestant divines, even while they vilified and decried that class of writers, were yet constrained often to avail themselves.
19. The agency has been vilified by some doctors for being unnecessarily slow to approve life-saving drugs
20. He was vilified, hounded, and forced into exile by the FBI.
1. When economists or historians offer views that go against public sentiments, they are swiftly panned and vilified.
2. She compared herself to Princess Diana for the way she has been vilified in the press.
3. Lawyer Ira Lee Sorkin received death threats for defending one of America's most vilified people, accused swindler Bernard Madoff.
4. Such venues have long been vilified for wasting students'time and money, as well as being breeding grounds for corruption and crime.
5. Anderson was vilified by opposition supporters as part of a political vendetta by an increasingly authoritarian president who controls key institutions such as the courts.
6. He decided on Britons Darren Clarke and Lee Westwood after close consideration of Thomas Bjorn and was vilified by the disgruntled Bjorn.
7. Gaddafi was vilified by the United States over the last two decades.
8. Reddy was vilified by investment bankers for not being willing to open up India's financial system fast enough when he was RBI governor.
9. Politicians have vilified the firm as a symbol of the Wall Street excess that led to the collapse of the subprime residential real estate market.
10. " I think he felt vilified and attacked and I understand him wanting to defend himself, " Obama said.