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  • r  in an inhumane manner

  • Brave, boyish Janet Rawley and her brutishly neurasthenic spouse, Jack, are about to plunge into African shrubbery on a safari for game and gold.
  • Precisely because the Tate murders were so brutishly irrational, Hollywood was seized by fear.
  • Their work is brutishly hard and ill paid, and death by drowning is a probable price of carelessness.

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