Being a proud red-blooded American liberal just seems so, well, oxymoronic
The notion of politicians as public servants is bordering on the oxymoronic
Because over the past 15 years an oxymoronic
race-planning department has dismantled two-yearold racing and has mesmerised trainers with the handicap opportunities for lower-rated horses which replaced it.
Contrary to their oxymoronic
state title of the ''Democratic People's Republic of Korea,'' the reclusive regime has neither been a democracy nor a republic, not at least in the meaning the rest of the world uses these words.
The idea of vegan soul food might sound oxymoronic
at first, or maybe even just plain moronic.
Yet journalist-as-public-diplomacy-czar is not an oxymoronic
And it was possible to possess the oxymoronic
position of defending the constitutional rights of someone with whom I disagreed intently.
Mention the oxymoronic
vegetable biriyani at your own peril, it's usually cause enough for a lynching.
Since then, this oxymoronic
idea has been accepted by hospitals and by the medical profession throughout the world.
It appears to have been designed by IT consultants to downgrade all the other skills of management, and indeed all other organisational competencies, into an oxymoronic
, second-tier box.
In Belgium, the emphasis is entirely on integration and not the British oxymoronic
policy of multiculturalism, which has done so much harm.
As the courts have found, "intelligent design" is just an alias for the oxymoronic