Definition of condemnation
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The plan has drawn condemnation from both sides.
The government's statement was a condemnation of all acts of terrorism.
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Moon will meet with other leaders at the Group of 20 summit in Germany this week, where collective condemnations are expected of Kim’s actions, while South Korea and the U.S. conducted a joint missile drill on Wednesday.
These blanket condemnations are part of a very narrow and skewed reading of both history and current events.
Meanwhile, the president’s condemnations of NAFTA have brought new uncertainty to the agriculture industry.
BEIJING—Chinese Nobel Peace laureate Liu Xiaobo was released from prison on medical parole, more than seven years into a sentence that drew wide Western condemnation but that ultimately has had few negative consequences for China.
The idea that the Obama administration withheld the fact that the Russians were ratfcking the election in order to help elect a vulgar talking yam is a terrible condemnation of the whole No Drama Obama philosophy.
By his second term, Ban went the other way, issuing frequent condemnations of foreign governments for abusive behavior.
The distrust of Iran was evident on Wednesday when shortly after the condemnation, Republicans and Democrats in the Senate acted in a procedural vote to move forward on a new set of sanctions on Tehran, including its elite Revolutionary Guards.
The twist is that amid the bombast and play of Planetarium, the statement may be one of condemnation.
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: a statement or expression of very strong and definite criticism or disapproval
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