use pilloried in a sentence.
Nice to see Google pilloried from the right for overcharging and from the left for undercharging.
No, but ours is the first to do so en masse and be widely pilloried for them, at least in this country.
Is this loophole on wireless net neutrality the same issue a that Google got pilloried for caving in to Verizon about last year?
From the use of Royal I assume he's in the UK, and any State school that spent GBP 10k on a speaker would be pilloried in the press.
I'm surprised US schools are pilloried in the press.
It has no palm support because you're not supposed to put your palm on it -- it's meant to be held by the thumb and pinkie at the sides (like the pilloried hockey-puck mouse).
If it makes anyone feel any better this article is getting pilloried even by actual U.
GP states that he avoids conferences because of the possibility of being pilloried over something minor.
Jeff clearly knows what autism is, as he demonstrated in a previous post written about autism and Asperger's here: His use of "borderline autism" in his Xanadu post may be inaccurate, but I don't think he should be pilloried for hating on people on the autistic spectrum when he clearly respects them.
If I said that scientific theory was all perspective without right or wrong I'd get pilloried here, and with good reason.
The conference is getting pilloried within the security community (and other organizers of BSides conferences), it seems, although that may just be that the loudest voices are the most opposed to what happened.
Like Android or not, Schmidt has been pilloried in the past 12 hours for a comment he didn't make.
Maybe it would be a nightmare building another twitter overnight or they would be pilloried for copying so blatantly.