Thus the inherently unstable capitalist system cannot regulate its own activity, much less overcome the crises caused by its chaotic and parasitical
growth, because to do so would require setting limits upon accumulation--an unacceptable option for a system predicated upon the rule: Grow or Die
And again life in refugee camps is very restricted and quite parasitical
Not one of the North Wales MPs who meekly trotted along with the government into the division lobbies last week had had the courage to inform us prior to the event that they believed passionately that these wasteful, ludicrous, anachronistic and antisocial institutions should be closed forthwith if not torched and razed and their parasitical
occupants thrown into jail as a lesson to all, and would therefore feel bound by conscience to vote for their abolition as a matter of extreme urgency.
It's easy to forget about the mosquitoes, but one can't escape those parasitical
insects, especially as mosquito coils, sprays and ointments are not always effective.
This morbid fascination with a junkie nutjob, bleeding into her ballet slippers from injecting heroin, and her parasitical
husband's battle scars, is like watching a car crash.
Very rarely, other diseases can be transmitted through tick bites as well, including babesiosis, a very rare, parasitical
infection, and ehrlichiosis, a bacterial infection of the white blood cells.
Much of the hideous violence, carried out by the "armed doctrine Communism" of the 20th-century--which could be called by the term "Marxism-Leninism"--was parasitical
on emotional and rhetorical appeals to such impulses.
Its protagonist, Pongnyo, grows up in a gentleman's house but is sold to a parasitical
widower due to poverty.
The first section, "I nuovi equilibri del poema," focuses on the parasitical
nature of the GC ("cresciuto sopra e attorno al testo che vuole superare" ), on the attenuation in the revised version of the GL's often heralded "dialettica tra unita e varieta" (32), on the GC's inclusion of "episodi francamente allegorici o la riscrittura in chiave allegorica di episodi preesistenti" (52), and on the adoption "esplicita e sistematica di esempi o modelli testuali autorevoli" (71), such as Homer's Iliad and the Bible.
Maybe the debate should be on how we can get rid of the large numbers of racist, lazy, destructive, rude, parasitical
English people who pollute this country and cause nothing but trouble and replace them with some hard-working considerate "foreigners" who are far more worthy of our social security, health, education and stronger economy.
Is House Speaker Karen Minnis' sudden support for payday loan legislation intended to protect low-income Oregonians who are victimized by this parasitical
I must declare an interest here: in the next volume in Holland's series I will argue that printed plays were parasitical
on the professional stage through the 1580s and 90s, not becoming an independent site of authority and pleasure until 1605-10.