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1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four) by Orwell
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atrocities
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1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four) by Orwell
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  • It was a museum used for propaganda displays of various kinds — scale models of rocket bombs and Floating Fortresses, waxwork tableaux illustrating enemy atrocities, and the like.
  • Julia’s unit in the Fiction Department had been taken off the production of novels and was rushing out a series of atrocity pamphlets.
  • He might be denouncing Goldstein and demanding sterner measures against thought-criminals and saboteurs, he might be fulminating against the atrocities of the Eurasian army, he might be praising Big Brother or the heroes on the Malabar front-it made no difference.
  • His voice, made metallic by the amplifiers, boomed forth an endless catalogue of atrocities, massacres, deportations, lootings, rapings, torture of prisoners, bombing of civilians, lying propaganda, unjust aggressions, broken treaties.

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  • atrocities committed in the name of high ideals
  • Mae’s friend Tania, never an activist in school, said she had been compelled to action by these atrocities, and she was asking everyone she knew to join in an initiative called We Hear You Ana Marfa.
    Dave Eggers  --  The Circle

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