bad subjects

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  • Thus they become bad subjects, bad relations, bad friends, and bad men. Cited from Amelia Volume III, by Henry Fielding
  • It makes good soldiers out of bad subjects. Cited from The Attache V2, by Thomas Chandler Haliburton
  • Good warriors, bad subjects: excellent means, by which we may accomplish greater ends. Cited from Alroy, by Benjamin Disraeli
  • By 1996, Bad Subjects was both an online and hard copy academic publication.
  • In 1998, Bad Subjects was identified as a celebrated cultural studies magazine on the Internet.
  • The stated goal of Bad Subjects is to revitalize what it terms "a progressive politics in retreat".
  • Also in this same year, Bad Subjects founded a small educational nonprofit corporation, to promote the progressive use of new media and print publications.
  • Nor will there be a selection of bad subjects; the emancipations, for the most part, being either of the whole slaves of the master, or of such individuals as have particularly deserved well. Cited from The Journal of Negro History, Volume 3, 1918, by Various
  • Apparently, however, Kennedy and I were bad subjects, for after some minutes of this he gave it up, saying that the spirits had no revelation to make to- night in the matter in which we had called. Cited from The Poisoned Pen by, Arthur B. Reeve
  • Rick Prelinger, whose Prelinger Archives pursued similar goals as related to film, read two of her articles in the webzine/magazine Bad Subjects.
  • A bad government produces bad subjects, and I am not surprised to find in the debasement and degradation of a priest-ruled people the strongest condemnation of the Papal system. Cited from Rome in 1860, by Edward Dicey
  • Arran was an impossible husband; Knox and the lords of the congregation made good allies but bad subjects; and the inevitable struggle with Spain would be precipitated. Cited from An Outline of the Relations ... England & Scotland, 500-1707, by Rait
  • But lawyers endure these troubles, submitting themselves to the extravagances, embarrassments, and even villainy of the bad subjects among their clients' families, with a good-humoured patience that is truly wonderful. Cited from The Belton Estate, Anthony Trollope
  • An ear well attuned to the harmony of verse, a delicate perception of the graceful points of language, and a finished subtilty in touching the more minute feelings and impulses of the mind, were all thrown away either upon bad subjects or worse principles. Cited from The Tragedies of Euripides, Volume I, by Euripides
  • The Visiting Magistrates, he gently regretted rather than complained, had lately taken his tread-wheel from him, men were just now pulling it down; and how he was henceforth to enforce discipline on these bad subjects, was much a difficulty with him. Cited from Latter-Day Pamphlets, by Thomas Carlyle
  • Originally founded at UC Berkeley in September 1992 as a collection of leftist critiques of popular culture written by college students and published as a Gopher service, Bad Subjects may be the longest continuously-running publication on the internet.
  • On the contrary, except in the bad subjects -- ranging from the mere ruffianism of Breuse-sans-Pitie to the misconduct of Meleagraunce -- there is no hatred of your neighbour anywhere. Cited from Flourishing of Romance and the Rise of Allegory, by George Saintsbury
  • Or when bad subjects gainst their soveraigne (Like hollow harts) unnaturally rebell, How carefull is he to suppresse againe Their desperate forces, and their powers to quell With loyall harts, till all againe be well. Cited from The Affectionate Shepherd, by Richard Barnfield