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Secretary of State Daniel Webster rejected Huselmann’s attempt to “give this odious name and character to a confidential agent of a neutral Power, bearing the commission of his country, and sent for a purpose fully warranted by the law of nations.”
There is no competitive advantage to making your customers’ waiting time any less odious, or making their access to real people any easier, because your competitors are doing the same awful thing you are.
It is, in this way, precisely not like the fantasies that animate American national life, and that propel odious politicians to power, and that raise the stakes of political engagement for everyone.
It was during his reign that the fatal massacre of St. Bartholomews took place, which renders his name odious.
He was also the victim of a particularly odious witticism while living here.
"You are singularly concerned in this man's life," said he, an odious undercurrent of meaning in his voice.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
And they told the king that Jonathan had done these things, to make him odious: but the king held his peace.
He is not the only man who makes such wretched estimations or such odious comparisons; the world is full of Euthyphrons.
The subject was grown so odious to me, that I could not bring myself even to talk to you about it.
We must likewise remove a Secretary of State so universally odious to the Army, &c.

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