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  • s  having an ulcer or canker

  • Arriving in Belfast for a "learn-and-listen" visit, British Home Secretary Reginald Maudling heard enough to convince him that the new Tory government had inherited a cankerous .
  • The conscience of France may sometimes have seemed quiet, but it has also been deeply troubled by the cankerous, six-year war in Algeria.
  • In proud and prejudiced Argentina the cankerous issue of neutrality broke out again last week.

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