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lambasted

n. drunk. He went out and got himself lambasted, and then he wrecked his car.
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BEIRUT: Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri is spearheading efforts to coordinate a meeting between Hezbollah and the Progressive Socialist Party, two parties that have publicly lambasted one another in recent months.
New Delhi [India] May 3 (ANI): Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut lambasted CPM's Sitaram Yechury for his remark that "Ramayana and Mahabharata are specimen of Hindu violence."
The visit also included a tour for Bolton with Israeli officials of the Old City of occupied Jerusalem, which Erekat had also lambasted as a gross violation of international law and United Nations resolutions.
'Imran Khan has always lambasted Asif Zardari but when he came to your door, you joined hands with him,' she added.
Rafique lambasted that the so-called honest individuals, who received salaries for being absent from the parliament, have stooped down to hurling abuses.
Defying security measures, President Duterte lambasted and castigated the activists especially the leftists on their 'insincerity' regarding the recent ambush of his security group while talks were about to begin again between the government and the CPP-NDF panel abroad.
thing I knew I lambasted as a nothing One post on TripAdvisor he writes said he "needed to learn some manners while another criticised my temper.
In this week's edition of the Trib+Edu newsletter: Teachers help students heal in communities affected by recent violence, a proposed Mexican American studies textbook is lambasted; and an interview with Araceli Martinez Ortiz of Texas State University's LBJ Institute for STEM Education and Research.
Because there are no black people in it" Barry Humphries, whose alter ego is Dame Edna Everage "If you can't take criticism, I don't really want you on my team" Singer Boy George, who has been told he is too critical of contestants on the BBC programme The Voice, on which he is a judge "I get lambasted, whilst Boris Johnson, playing it out with debutantes and all the rest of it in this upper-class world, doesn't get lambasted" Sex text MP Simon Danczuk describing himself as a workingclass lad "Simon hasn't got a stop button when he starts to drink.
One footballer on international duty explains his legs are feeling a bit tired so is named as substitute - and is lambasted for even hinting he might not want to play for his country.
Yet Scotland's first minister was lambasted for trampling on tradition when he waved a Scottish flag in Wimbledon's royal box on the occasion of perhaps Scotland's greatest sporting achievement - presumably for fear that the ravens would leave the Tower and the kingdom would fall.
Summary: Following Wednesday's Budget, Ed Balls has lambasted the announcements, calling George Osborne "the road to nowhere Chancellor".
The suit comes a year after a federal civil rights committee lambasted the state over its "inexcusable neglect" of female inmates.
Concepcion's account was deluged with criticism, and Aquino was also lambasted for his presence at the party.
The tale of drugs gangs battling to take control of an East End tower block, it's already been lambasted by the folk of Hackney who've criticised it for proliferating crude racial stereotypes.