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Examples of -Bashing


1 example:

Will pro-Europeanism and UKIP-bashing swing things for the Lib Dems?
(BBC News - Politics, )

Other sentences

20 examples:

More than 100 Nobel laureates have a message for Greenpeace: Quit the GMO-bashing.
(Sydney Morning Herald - World, )

"Breaking Bad" star Anna Gunn discusses chemistry with co-stars and Skyler-bashing.
(The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle, )

Meryl Streep's flag dress, Lena and America's Trump-bashing, and an all-star video.
(USA Today - Entertainment, )

The thrash metal overlords star in a head-banging, ear-bashing, sense-swamping 3D concert film with added horror elements.
(The Hollywood Reporter - Reviews, )

Sportsmail is all geared up for a scorching summer of Aussie-bashing, with a fun advert on talkSPORT that aims to hit them for six.
(Daily Mail - Sport, )

Recognising that most wine drinkers buy their wines in supermarkets, this column doesn't indulge in gratuitous supermarket-bashing.
(The Independent - Food & Drink, )

Sammo Hung directs and stars in an action-drama about a retired soldier's last baddie-bashing hurrah before succumbing to dementia.
(The Hollywood Reporter - Reviews, )

Education Secretary Michael Gove could face a dressing down after naming a Tory-bashing rapper as one of his favourite modern musicians.
(Daily Mail - News, )

Ministers say £26m is being saved a year by controlling the activities of civil service union reps but Labour say it is "union-bashing".
(BBC News - Politics, )

Holly Madison is out for revenge, Kendra Wilsonson says, and that's what's behind the Hugh Hefner-bashing in Madison's new tell-all book.
(Los Angeles Times - Football, )

Award-winning cartoonist Matt Bors drew this comic strip after he found he was rage reading millennial-bashing stories every day in the media.
(CNN - U.S. News, )

A rise in winter payments to expats may be a decent cue for a bit of EU-bashing, but it detracts from the real UK-led scandal affecting UK pensioners living abroad.
(Daily Mail - Money, )

Throughout the crisis and its aftermath, there has been a tendency for the finance industry to paint itself as the victim of 'bank-bashing' by the media and politicians.
(Daily Mail - Money, )

For more than a year, the immigration-bashing Nigel Farage has dominated British debate with an insurgent message that critics say has dragged politics to new lows of nastiness.
(Sydney Morning Herald - World, )

Remi Garde hauled in Jordan Ayew before training on Wednesday to deliver an ear-bashing to the Aston Villa striker after his red card against West Ham United at the Boleyn Ground.
(Daily Mail - Sport, )

So, as widely predicted, Jeremy Clarkson's appearance on last week's TFI Friday turned out to be a case of the producer-bashing Top Gear presenter anointing his successor, Chris Evans.
(The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )

In an article for the Daily Mail, Stuart Rose claims Labour’s ‘business-bashing’ could curb investment and lead to ‘shuttered shop fronts, empty high streets and lengthening dole queues’.
(Daily Mail - News, )

A report was just released to establish facts and conclusions regarding the alleged racial and gay-bashing harassment by Miami Dolphin offensive linemen Richie Incognito against fellow offensive lineman Jonathan Martin.
(Forbes - Business, )

He was once the Bolshevik-bashing scourge of the left, deeply appreciated by the apartheid security establishment, but in the final spell of his career he became the scourge of the generals and mandarins of the flailing regime.
(The Independent - People, )

No Tory is prouder of his reputation as a Brussels-bashing Eurosceptic than suave Enfield North MP Nick de Bois, who decided to get to the bottom of treasured family folklore that they are descended from fine upstanding French Huguenot Protestants, writes BLACK DOG.
(Daily Mail - News, )

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