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  • s  arrogantly insolent

  • Hardly a day passed without a contumelious attack.
  • All Kellys, wherever they are, will give thanks that a MacManus of Miami has risen to refute the charge that one of the contumelious clan of Kelly could ever be merely cantankerous.
  • The appeal of this contumelious parlor rat race, Author Brady suggests, is that it permits respectable citizens to cheat and browbeat with impunity as they seek to amass paper .

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