(1) America's founders knew that corporate power was anathema to the public interest and the democratic will of the people, so they created a framework to run government like a government.(2) Given such a declaration, O'Brien might be surprised to find herself quoted in another, more recent interview saying: ├ö├ç├┐News stories are anathema to fiction├ö├ç├û.(3) Hitherto Macra's aims were strictly educational, social and cultural and involvement in economics, which had been strenuously resisted at all levels, was still an anathema to many.(4) Being such a private man I think this was anathema to him, to be exposed, you know, publicly in this way.(5) racial hatred was anathema to her(6) Contraception and abortion were, of course, anathema to Mother Teresa.(7) And the entire concept is anathema to Garbo's Hollywood heirs, most of whom break out in a rash and require vodka injections if they remain unphotographed for longer than 17 minutes.(8) In the legend, the burden of hierarchical corruption is carried by the anathema hurled by the wives immolating themselves, and it culminates in a fatal robe of honour.(9) This is anathema to New Labour - a government which is uninterested in history, and which equates the whole notion of tradition with the ├ö├ç├┐forces of conservatism├ö├ç├û holding the country back.(10) The process of formation and literacy that is taking place within the space and time of the flows, is often located within the logic of corporate organization even though they are literally an anathema to it.(11) There are many others who are directly or indirectly associated with the process of finding a solution to this problem that serves as an anathema to this unique city.(12) It's no wonder then, that Paul calls down God's curse, God's anathema , His ban on those behind their potential defection from Christ.(13) To them, I will only say that regardless of whether it is big or small, supporting evil is anathema to any man who seeks the good, the right and the true.(14) He shrank from the venerable saint as if to avoid an anathema .(15) The idea that one would voluntarily inject poison into one's body was anathema to me.(16) Yet they have been given a daily diet of statements from Democratic leaders that seem intent on not only avoiding a fight but also embracing candidates who would be anathema to the Democratic base.