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use "invective" in a sentence

His speech is said to have contained invective; he shared the puritan objection to instrumental music in church services, and made a point of the dissoluteness of cathedral singing-men.

Clodius's transvestitism in the Bona Dea incident was to supply Cicero with invective
political boundaries.

A successful attack on the blade will invalidate a point-in-line or causing the opponent to withdraw his/her arm.

Giurescu, p.136 The outcome caused Neofit to invalidate his own proclamation, and to transfer his power back to the Provisional Government (July 12).

In effect, a failure to comply with technical requirements (e.g. of words) will not invalidate a marriage.

To any suit, therefore, to invalidate this tax the company was a necessary party.

Finally, in 1972, the court relied in part on O'Brien to invalidate a law that prohibited picketing outside public schools that was not related to a labor dispute.

The law would invalidate consent in the case of sexual intercourse with a person below the age at which they can legally consent to such relations.

Deep price promotions may cause people to bulk-buy (stockpile), which may invalidate the long-term effect of the strategy.

Changing even a single wire can invalidate the tests.

Although Black was willing to invalidate federal statutes on federalism grounds, he was not inclined to read any of the first eight amendments as states' rights provisions as opposed to individual rights provisions.

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