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But O'Bannon, a former UCLA basketball player, sued the monolithic and faceless NCAA, an organization seen by many as authoritarian, reactionary and, at times, stupid.
But the fact of the matter is that the initial bill was already a historically reactionary piece of legislation — one that’s to the right of GOP voters’ wishes, let alone to those of the electorate at large.
Needless to say, the Beyhive was quick to run with these lyrics, sharing plenty of reactionary gifs on Twitter.
Her father, a prominent lawyer, served as a member of parliament in the mid-1950s but resigned after a few years in protest of the reactionary laws the parliament was passing to support white-minority rule.
Activists of the far right have also displayed increased boldness and reactionary rhetoric since the November election.
May's premiership is on life support, her government likely to be propped up by reactionary, homophobic lawmakers of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party.
Roldan's first goal of the season was a reactionary flick after Chad Marshall initially directed Nicolas Lodeiro's corner kick toward the goal.
Put differently, the real reactionary revolution in thinking presumes that what strikes Buchanan as a permanent divide is shallow and fleeting.
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