By Rupert Murdoch
Inheriting a legendary brand is both a burden and blessing. Bob Iger could have been haunted by the past, but he has instead created a powerhouse for the company’s future, diversifying the portfolio and yet not traducing the tradition.
Inheriting a legendary brand is both a burden and blessing. Bod Iger could have been haunted by the past, but he has instead created a powerhouse for the company’s future, diversifying the portfolio and yet not traducing the tradition.
Treachery becomes a principle with them, and mischief a conscience, that is, a livelihood. They not only damn the work in the lump, but vilify and traduce the author, and substitute lying abuse and sheer malignity for sense and satire.
Bavarians Irked About Ex-Leader's Depiction in Berlin
Bavarians are a friendly bunch -- as long as you don't question the
integrity of their late leaders, like one Berlin wax museum has.
The DW-WORLD Article
- A virile new Britain cannot continue indefinitely to be traduced in the eyes or rather ears, of the world by the effete languors of Langham Place, brazenly masquerading as "standard English."
verb [T] SLIGHTLY FORMAL
to annoy someone:
The negative reply to my complaint really irked me.
adjective SLIGHTLY FORMAL
The vibration can become irksome (= annoying) after a while.
to represent or show something in a picture or story:
Her paintings depict the lives of ordinary people in the last century.
In the book, he depicts his father as a tyrant.
[+ ing form of verb] People were shocked by the advertisement which depicted a woman beating her husband.
The painter's depictions of the horror of war won her a worldwide reputation.
I disapprove of the depiction of violence on television.
━━ n. 裏切り（行為）; 反逆.
━━ a. 裏切り［反逆］の ((to)); あてにならない.
To cause humiliation or disgrace to by making malicious and false statements. See synonyms at malign.
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