Or better yet, maybe we'll just clear out of the way and let John Waters, the clown prince of crudity
, have his say.
The throw-away description of Eusebius of Caesarea as a "far better Stalinist than Marxist-Leninist" may be pardoned as a crudity
out of keeping with the book as a whole (288).
Savage deserved to get the boot - not for his conservatism, but for his crudity
In their eyes, nothing so undermined the credibility of the document as the selectivity and gross crudity
of many of those statements, especially those connected with the behavior of the German episcopate and, especially, of Pope Pius XII.
of the analysis reminds one of the simplistic Marxist approaches to religion that were popular in the 1970s.
Families don't want that sort of language used in front of their children and many senior citizens cringe at the crudity
and the implied threat.
But exploitation fans should cool their heels for this is a film more concerned with character than it is with crudity
Today it specialises in crudity
and trashes Christianity, especially Catholicism," he said.
The Mirror is also campaigning against crudity
It handled like a tank and suffered from mechanical crudity
, but it was beautiful and it was fast: Touring of Milan did the coachwork and the speed was courtesy of the 4.
Ball went on and on ad nauseum, until this reviewer was forced to put his fingers in his ears to shut out the crudity
In a country like Spain, where television gossip shows have stooped to a new level of crudity
in their nonstop focus on sex, the supreme elegance and spontaneity with which La Ribot displays her body has awakened the curiosity of the artistic and journalistic intelligentsia.