anticorporate in a sentence
- "It's an anticorporate statement ."
- Exactly how he reconciles anticorporate with directing Gap ads is anybody's guess.
- Anticorporate films are only seemingly subversive.
- These older buildings became popular with startup high-technology ventures, which appreciated their ostensibly anticorporate esthetic.
- Spurlock's answer, emphatically anticorporate on its surface, is perhaps more ambiguous than it seems.
- It's difficult to find anticorporate in a sentence.
- "All snow boarders say they're anticorporate, " said Megan Kleinheinz, a Colorado college student and snow boarder.
- Now the newspaper that was as anticorporate as any in the country has become the flagship of a corporation bearing its name : Village Voice Media.
- Hanley, whose KTCA was the first affiliate to climb on board, denies that PBS has a problem with the show's anticorporate content.
- In effect, he has created an art-world companion piece to Mike Judge's wonderful anticorporate comedy, " Office Space ."
- But he scoffed at the effort, saying it was merely helping him communicate his anticorporate, pro-third-party message to disenchanted, disengaged voters.
- Perhaps he gets away with his strong anticorporate and pro-union politics because he's a jokey fat guy with Woody Allen-ish wardrobe and demeanor.
- "The Inheritance, " the second movie in a trilogy by Fly exploring different social strata in Denmark, is much too canny to be a glib anticorporate screed.
- Jose Bove, a sheep farmer turned anticorporate crusader who is accused of trashing a McDonald's restaurant in the south of France, has become something of a celebrity.
- Traditionally, campus activists could register all their political views with the strident pull of a single lever _ leftist, anticorporate, neoconservative _ and have every issue line up just so.
- Amid the thousands of antiwar, pro-environment, and anticorporate protesters flocking to Boston to push the Democrats leftward, a much lonelier battle is being fought by Swindell and a few small bands of demonstrators on the right.
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