(1) But this is not a bitter diatribe about the male obsession with sex.(2) a diatribe against the Roman Catholic Church(3) She finished off her diatribe by condemning the previous day's protest by workers and farmers.(4) a diatribe against consumerism(5) After questioning him, he launched into a diatribe of self-recrimination.(6) The fact that Skinner's verbal diatribes are accompanied by minimum technological enhancement only add to their power.(7) As well as frequent mentions of Club Med, Platform contains a few diatribes against the Guide du Routard, France's backpacker alternative to the Michelin guides.(8) As political diatribes go, the messages criticizing the two county commissioners were pretty mild.(9) As we have stated in this column before, it is important that we foster a spirit of dialogue in the politics of this country, diatribes of invectives will not take Zambia anywhere.(10) I do not personally know any of the recipients of your attacks, yet I seem to find myself in agreement with some who did bother to respond to your selfish and misguided diatribes .(11) He frequently used such commonplace devices as rhetorical questions and other characteristic elements of diatribes .(12) Whether or not you agree with Blair's often irrational diatribes , he's arguably the most widely-read Australian blogger.(13) Yet, this middle section is a slog, frankly (reminiscent of the author's long-winded diatribes in his other books).(14) They lived in a commune, dressed in black and sang ferocious punk rock diatribes against society's values and institutions - not least Christianity.(15) His diatribes preserve the syntax of logical argument but are devoid of sense, which I think is symptomatic of a form of mental illness.(16) Reading some of his anti-Liberal Party diatribes could make you think he's been following today's current sponsorship scandal.