balkiness : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  likely to stop abruptly and unexpectedly

  • Such balkiness on payouts has increased, with insurers often citing a 1996 court ruling excusing them if their client did not merely overlook abuse by a priest but knew enough .
  • Back of the balkiness is the small but powerful Anglo-Catholic wing, the high churchmen who cherish the doctrine of apostolic succession so devoutly that the only groups they .
  • His friends are displaying a new balkiness, his enemies a new boldness.

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