Here Milton is elaborating on the details of his anticipation of his undying fame. This is a polemical tract about a new way in which the Anglican church government should be organized.
The barbecue was an apparatus I had never seen — imagine a small flying saucer sitting atop a pole — and I’d planned to make pork chops glazed with herbs, local lemons and bit of honey.
On hearing her routine, Christopher Hitchens, a polemicist, remarked that “when comedians flatter the president, they become court jesters, and the country becomes a banana republic .”
Bandages stained with blood would be washed and hung from a pole outside the barber ’s shop - these would then twist in the wind to form the spiral pattern we are all familiar with today.
Mother also held a pole to drive away the birds from time to time even when she was at dinner with a bowl in hand.
I had also once come across a phrase about a book “lying like a poleaxed wildebeest in the middle of my life.
In place of the scholarly tome that many people expected of him, Mr. White has produced a polemic, and not a very good one at that. As the woman said, we are not amused.
He had put up a basket on a pole in the back yard.
As a pole warms up in the spring, frozen COon the surface thins, perforates, and begins to vent gaseous COheld underneath.
A water bearer in India had two large pots, each hung on each end of a pole which he carried across his neck.