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corruptible

kuh ruhp ti buhl

  • s  capable of being corrupted
    corruptible judges

  • For centuries opponents of gay rights have seen same-gender sex as a uniquely human phenomenon, one of the many ways our famously corruptible species flouts the laws of nature.
  • Who is corruptible, who is not? The idea of finding a kidnapped man in that environment seems to us hopeless.
  • As US strategists see it, al Qaeda members will be looking to establish safe bases in nations that are politically and militarily weak, corruptible and chaotic, yet with enough .
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  • College football: Joe vs. Pro, Week 9
    Each week has been a different type of test for Jameis Winston, Florida State’s redshirt freshman quarterback who has captured the hearts of Seminoles fans. This week, Winston has had to deal with the full onslaught of the national hype machine while also preparing for N.C. State. National hype is a corruptible thing. Just look at Joe’s picks for an example of what happens when success clouds ...
    Oct. 25, 2013 - Miami Herald
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