How To Use Ultraconservative In A Sentence

  • Although not as well known as Atwood, Houllebecq has gained a significant following in his native France where he has the reputation as a major anti-liberal spokesman and darling of the ultraconservative right.
  • Williamson was consecrated a bishop by the pope's Society of Saint Pius X (SSPX), an ultraconservative splinter group.
  • All the Orthodox member churches are critical of the WCC, but some are milder in their criticisms than the Russian church, which has within it an ultraconservative faction.
  • In 2000, Bush said his favourite supreme court justices were the ultraconservatives, Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas.
  • Grady Cothen noted, ‘We now had a group of ultraconservatives who were determined to adopt a creedal position that defined and limited the concept of being a Southern Baptist.’
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  • This ultraconservative attack protects Carr, but it limits Houston's potential to hang with any team with a decent offense.
  • an ultraconservative evangelical message
  • Dole's top aide, Sheila Burke, quickly finds herself the target of abuse from ultraconservatives because of Dole's seeming moderate stance.
  • I had a vague stereotypical image in my mind of sombre, ultraconservative people in horse and buggy as I was accustomed to seeing in St Jacobs County of Ontariovisible minorities are always more apparent even in multicultural Canada.
  • The ultraconservative kingdom has one of the worst human rights records in the world. Times, Sunday Times
  • Meanwhile, Steele can't find a job in ultraconservative Richmond, Virginia, she says.
  • Today he is on the wrong side of what many analysts consider an ultraconservative coup d'etat. Times, Sunday Times
  • Across the country, women are complaining of ultraconservative pharmacists who refuse to fill prescriptions, sometimes quizzing women on their marital status before making a decision.
  • For ultraconservatives, his attacks on Christianity were less important than the anti-modern nature of his thinking: narrative of decay, contempt for modern institution, aristocratic nostalgia, etc.
  • The big surprise was the strong showing of ultraconservative Islamists, called Salafis, many of whom reject women's participation in voting or public life.
  • He's a feisty ultraconservative who has managed, seemingly on purpose, to make enemies of all the other casino owners, a pretty friendly group.
  • There have been many ultraconservatives who have been dissatisfied that he has not been more outspoken on this issue.
  • She is also correct about this -- the bishops joined the entire Republican leadership is opposing this funding, along with just about every far-right, ultraconservative, antiwoman advocacy organization in the United States. Jon O'Brien: The Church And Contraception
  • I've lived for more than thirty years in the American Bible Belt, where the congressional delegation is ultraconservative in religion and politics, even by the standards of the Republican party and the Baptist church.
  • Surprisingly, for someone whose activism has garnered her ‘most dangerous’ status in the eyes of many far-right politicians and organizations, Red Wing gives kudos to ultraconservatives, from whom she says we can learn a thing or two.
  • No one would have expected ultraconservative San Diego to be the cradle of a revolution against privatization.
  • Yes, the ultraconservatives will insist that everything will be fine because you will be scanned by a person of the same sex.
  • We can't take the decisions from the people and leave it in the hands of a few judges, moralists, atheists and the pious ultraconservative religious.
  • In this ultraconservative state, a change at the top means that newer Republicans will replace older Republicans.
  • The group that had been holding service behind the nursing home got the buildings and some church funds, while the ultraconservatives got some cash and church heirlooms.
  • Scouts last season believed Hackett's ultraconservative approach limited Chad Pennington's progress.
  • Ahmanson is also a major sponsor of ultraconservative politicians, including California state legislator and 2003 gubernatorial candidate Tom McClintock.
  • Jazeera puts Egypt's feminist iconoclast Nawal Al Saadawi and the ultraconservative Sheik Yousef Al Badri on the same program and lets them go at each other.
  • But any moderate secularist, including many Catholics, can only look with dismay at the ultraconservative bent of the Spanish Church and its political allies on the right.
  • Richard Nixon loathed public broadcasting, and nominated the ultraconservative industrialist Joseph Coors to the CPB board.
  • Their public personas as ultraconservatives were, instead, their personal overreactions born of self-loathing - as if to prevent anyone from suspecting their ‘unspeakable,’ opposite nature.
  • Among the most confrontational figures were ultraconservative scholars, who occasionally threw down the gauntlet in public and denounced colleagues for lax or improper observance of the faith.
  • He also wants to abolish the separation of church and state and turn government into an ultraconservative theocracy where only members of his religion are allowed to rule.
  • And neither are there "conservatives" and "ultraconservatives".
  • The big surprise was the strong showing of ultraconservative Islamists, called Salafis, many of whom reject women's participation in voting or public life.
  • It gave bipartisan cover not just to Hillary but to Santorum as well - legitimizing one of the Senate's ultraconservative standard-bearers.
  • The harsh sentence marked the first time a legal punishment had been handed down since female activists began their campaign in June to break the taboo in this ultraconservative Muslim nation.
  • He's a feisty ultraconservative who has managed, seemingly on purpose, to make enemies of all the other casino owners, a pretty friendly group.
  • The camp tour guide says the show, first screened in 2005, is a hit in some ultraconservative countries. The Sun
  • Tressel, who frequently says he believes the punt is the most important play in football, takes an ultraconservative approach with Ohio State's offense. - Scores
  • Taking a stand against the kingdom's ultraconservative regime, she left her head uncovered. The Sun
  • Such solutions are thought to be unacceptable to the public and so controversial that ultraconservatives who might favor them do not air them.
  • A commitment to peace is certainly a Christian principle that even ultraconservatives would endorse, at least by worshipping the prince of peace.
  • He wrote Farmer, ‘I think his whole attitude is a gesture toward the ultraconservatives.’
  • While candidates whom CIBPAC's funders have sponsored still comprise a sixth of the current legislature, the Republicans twice lost the governorship by fielding ultraconservatives against Democrat Governor Gray Davis.

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