Not too many years ago, I would have fulminated
over what a ludicrous waste of pounds 17m it was to have the grey brigade filling up the buses and tootling off to town to drink tea and meet their mates.
American Jewish extremists fulminated
against it as anti-Semitic hatred of Judaism.
All of us who fulminated
at her treatment of the Bennet family - and Elizabeth Bennet in particular - in Jane Austen's masterpiece Pride and Prejudice have been waiting for the day when she tripped over her pride and fell flat on her sour face.
, "For Weisberg, the anticommunists have nothing more to teach....
She points to a Supreme Court case in which Justice Antonin Scalia fulminated
in dissent over a county affirmative action plan that resulted in a woman getting put ahead for a skilled road-maintenance job.
I drove back and forth between Massachusetts and New Jersey to see my father every week, and when I was in an especially masochistic mood, I would listen to Rush Limbaugh's version of Medicare "reform." He fulminated
over accusations that the Republicans were heartless because they were cutting Medicare by $250 billion.
In our September 15 issue we fulminated
that the press in general and The New York Times in particular were ignoring the important evidence David Pearson provided in our August 18-25 issue that numerous government agencies knew or should have known that K.A.L.
Speaking on the occasion, central vice president ANP Arbab Zahir Kasi fulminated
against conducting drone strikes in tribal areas and said that the unmanned drone attacks were result of flawed policies of the government.
As he fulminated
on air Mariella Frostrup rang in to say the same thing had happened to her.
On The McLaughlin Group, Fred Barnes, his iron-curtain juices flowing, fulminated
that the "old communists" have taken over in Russia again.
Addressing the protesters, JWP, Anjuman Tajiran and Jeweller Association leaders Abdul Hameed, Jalil Agha and others fulminated
against police and provincial government for failing to provide protection to life and property of the people in the provincial metropolis.