Translation for 'aspersions' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   an aspersion | aspersions
aspersions {pl}клевета {ж}
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Translation for 'aspersions' from English to Bulgarian

aspersions {pl}
клевета {ж}
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  • This vigorous if somewhat uncritical polemic purported to be a vindication of Lovelace's grandmother, Lady Byron, from the aspersions made upon her after the "revelations" of Mrs.
  • Such remarks can include profanity, personal aspersions against a House member, or references to decisions in the Senate.
  • On the death of the previous incumbent Lorenzo Celsi on 18 July 1365, Cornaro was elected to the dogal office, despite the aspersions cast by his opponents over his advanced age, his wife's low birth and his friendships with foreign princes.
  • As of 2019, various other measures are being discussed at the government level to restore the lake, but damaged aquifers, low groundwater level and disturbance of water catchment pathways cast aspersions.
  • According to "The Big Sleep Comparisons 1945/46", a featurette on the 2000 DVD release of Bacall's film "The Big Sleep", her reviews for "Confidential Agent" were largely negative, with particular aspersions cast on Bacall's performance, as a "pretty amateur".

  • With Omar in the streets terrorizing Marlo's corners, Michael questions why Chris and Snoop don't inform Marlo that Omar is casting aspersions on Marlo's reputation, so Marlo can take action.
  • While it would be easy to cast aspersions at Handel for this seemingly dishonest practice, it hardly diminishes his stature as a composer and probably would not have created much consternation for either party.
  • Anonymous news comment section users are also more likely to be impolite by either being sarcastic and casting aspersions.
  • At Thurinjikuppam, some families cast aspersions on his character resulting in him going bereft of food one day.
  • In "Rahard", the Court found the Rev. Victor Rahard of the Anglican Church of Canada guilty of blasphemous libel for his aspersions upon the Roman Catholic Church.

  • "Trying to teach a negro self-government is like casting pearls before the swine", was one statement among several other extremely negative aspersions.
  • Crawford was subsequently investigated by a commission and completely exonerated of any wrongdoing yet his critics continued casting aspersions.
  • A South Carolina appeals court upheld a $24,000 jury verdict against Peck on the theory that when Peck cast aspersions upon Wardlaw's chastity, his public remarks were slanderous per se.
  • ministers of London from the scandalous aspersions of John Price" (1649) (attributed to Love) replied to the "Clerico-classicum" of John Price.
  • As a result of Eagan's aspersions towards Miles, who had a long and distinguished military career as well as being a recipient of the Medal of Honor, he was quickly court-martialed for "conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman" and was suspended from duty until he retired on December 6, 1900.

  • These aspersions were rebutted by Myles Davies in his "Athenæ Britannicæ", and Sammes's erudition was praised by Henry Oldenburg (see "Philosophical Transactions" No. ...
  • Lisa Miller in "Newsweek" likewise cast aspersions on Warren's actions.
  • A person who is aggrieved because aspersions are cast upon his religious belief or affiliation or religious activity can seek redress under the "Anti-Discrimination Act" 1991 (Qld).
  • She resists his further advances, however; he becomes insulting and casts aspersions on her virtue, chiding her for having given her husband "the brush" when she did.
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