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Use "pogroms" in a sentence
"I may add I grew up with security clearances being a major part of daily life in Northern Virginia - not just military or intelligence, but also banking and justice system, but seeing this at such a scale brings to mind what such tools are useful for - whether you call them purges or pogroms is just a matter of perspective."
"Well, then I guess that calling biologists jihadists and instigators of pogroms is not resorting to cheap insults, since your post didn't end up in the hole."
"There were daily "pogroms" - in the New York Times and under datelines which few noticed were from Tel Aviv."